Thank you for visiting. I'm a PhD candidate in Social Psychology at Claremont Graduate University, and a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, the USA (starting January 2020).
My research areas include group processes, intergroup relations, majority-minority subgroup dynamics, social influence, collective problem-solving, polarization and diversity. Some of my current projects are (a) the impact of identity uncertainty on intergroup behaviors e.g., how prototypical vs. underrepresented subgroups respond differently to identity uncertainty; (b) the roles of leniency in minority influence on social change and diversity; (c) multidisciplinary research on collective problem-solving, group deliberation, and polarization. I use both empirical methods and computational modeling.