Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology, Tufts University

I am a social psychologist interested in how, when, and why people use humor to overcome stressful interracial and other intergroup interactions. My other research interests include contextual factors that moderate phenotypicality biases (differences in stereotyping and prejudice within an individual social group), stereotype threat, and aversive racism.


  • 2017–present
    Visiting assistant professor, Bates College