Graduate Student Bios
M.A. Student, Political Cognition Lab Director
Originally from Hong Kong, I completed my undergraduate degree in Texas and am now an experimental psychology Ph.D. student at the University of Montana. My research interests mainly comprise of social engineering, politics surrounding crime and punishment, and ecological stress. On the side, I love playing chess, dancing Hip-Hop, and listening to the latest electronic dance music.
M.A. Student, Political Cognition Lab Supervisor
I am an Experimental Psychology student researching social development. My specific research interest is in the concept of worldviews. I wish to investigate how and when worldviews form and change, as well as and how they affect (or don’t affect) aspects of our daily lives, such as emotion, interpersonal interactions, self-talk, and other behaviors and cognitions.