Principal Investigator | firstname.lastname@example.org
I study the early development of social cognition and motivation. How do infants and young children understand others' minds, interactions, and relationships? What motivates them to attend to and engage with social partners? How do we develop the abilities to cooperate, communicate, and learn from each other in just the first few years of life?
Lab Coordinator | email@example.com
I received a B.A. in Psychology from UC Riverside, where I worked as a research assistant for the Childhood Cognition Lab. My own research interests have focused on language use and language patterns of minority communities across the lifespan.
Graduate Student | firstname.lastname@example.org
My research investigates the intersection of socio-emotional development and cognition. Specifically, how does children’s understanding of others’ emotions, and evaluation of social interactions, shape their representations of objects and other agents.
I graduated from UC San Diego with a B.S. in Psychology. My research interests are social psychology, cognitive psychology, and industrial-organizational psychology. I want to study the functionality of emotions, the social influence on our behavior, and how to create an inclusive and creative work environment.
I was born and raised in Bogota, Colombia. I’m finishing my B.A in Psychology with a minor in Human Development at UC San Diego. I have worked in research focused on health disparities, and acculturation in Hispanic communities. My research interests include the role of traditions and cultural rituals in child development, the effects of intergenerational trauma, and the science of mindfulness.
I am a second year undergraduate student majoring in Developmental Psychology. Outside of my passion for studying social behaviors I am a devoted caretaker to my ever growing collection of houseplants.
I am a fourth year majoring in social psychology and minoring in biology. My research interests include the social cognitions and inferences made about others from both action and other characteristics.