Lauren is a first year graduate student in the Department of Psychology. She is interested in how humans are so good (or so bad) at knowing what other humans know and knowing what information to provide to change what others know. In particular, she studies pedagogy, deception, and communication as a dynamic social inference process. Lauren completed her undergraduate studies in brain and cognitive sciences, linguistics, and statistics at the University of Rochester in 2018.
Erik is a first year graduate student in Psychology. He is currently interested in how people develop intuitive theories that allow them to navigate in the world, as well as the ways in which Bayesian models can help us understand cognitive development in children. Erik completed his undergraduate and master's degrees in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University.
Isabella is a first year graduate student in the Psychology Ph.D program at UCSD. She completed her undergraduate degree in Cognitive Science and Mathematics at Vassar College. Her research interests are broadly related to developing a more precise formal understanding of the psychophysical space over which perceptual representations are defined and how those spaces can bolster computational models of cognitive processes. She is also interested in the role perception and cognition play in communication through visual media. Her current research focuses on biases and individual differences in color perception and memory.
Yang is interested in vision and things other than vision. Previously, he was a UCSD undergrad majoring in math & psychology.
Juliet is currently working on her undergraduate degree in Business Psychology with a minor in Cognitive Design. She is planning on pursuing a master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and she interested in work-place research, such as testing & measurement, structural equation modeling, competency modeling, decision making, and job analysis/performance.
Xinyue is a psychology major undergraduate student in UCSD.
Lambda's primary research interest is predicting and manipulating whether, when, and where people drop food on the floor.
Tim is now a data scientist at Quora.
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Rob is now a quantitative researcher at Facebook.
Kristin is now at the Haas School of business.
Cory is now a cognitive scientist at Pacific Science and Engineering.