You may search for graduate students within the School of Social Ecology and learn more about their interests. If you are a graduate student looking for information about forms, deadlines and other information please visit information for current graduate students.

Name Department Degree Program Advisor Interests
Yasmin Barrientos Kofman Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Ilona Yim stress, sociocultural determinants of health, health disparities
Klaudia Kosiak Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Raymond W. Novaco Trauma, Psychopathology, Resilience
Kate Leger Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Susan Charles
Lilian Yanqing Li Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Elizabeth Martin
Alissa Mahler Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Elizabeth Cauffman Adolescent development, antisocial behavior, developmental trajectories
Christopher Marshburn Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Eric Knowles (NYU) & Belinda Campos Broadly, I'm interested in how people talk about racism and racial discrimination.
Brett Mercier Psychology and Social Behavior Azim Shariff Religious beliefs, attitudes towards and consequences of economic inequality, political bias and polarization
Melody Melissa Moore Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Ellizabeth Martin Emotional deficits in individuals at risk of psychosis, affective forecasting, emotion and memory, human-microbe interactions with implications for emotional processing, human gut microbiome
Jake Moskowitz Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Peter Ditto & Paul Piff Religious psychology; political psychology; ideology & belief
Jasmine Norman Psychology and Social Behavior Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior Dr. Jacqueline Chen social perception and categorization processes, intergroup relations, the development of race-related knowledge

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