About


Research

I am currently a doctoral student in the Social Psychology program at the University of Washington. My primary adviser is Kristina Olson and my secondary adviser is Tony Greenwald.

I am broadly interested in implicit social cognition. I've previously worked on research investigating how diversity influences implicit racial attitudes in the United States (Rae, Newheiser, & Olson, 2015) and how Facebook use affects psychological well-being (Rae & Lonborg, 2015). I am currently conducting research investigating the origins and nature of implicit attitudes and identities in young children.


Teaching 

University of Washington

Term                                                   Course                                               

Fall 2012                    Psych. 317: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Psychology
Winter 2013              Psych. 318: Statistical Inference in Psychological Research

Fall 2013                     Psych. 317: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Psychology
Winter 2014              Psych. 318: Statistical Inference in Psychological Research

Spring 2014               Psych. 306: Developmental Psychology
Fall 2014                     Psych. 524 Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
Winter 2015               Psych. 306: Developmental Psychology
Spring 2015                Psych. 345: Social Psychology


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