Concentration

Jacob Miranda

jfmiranda@crimson.ua.edu Advisor: Alexa Tullett

Jacob is a 2nd year student working with Dr. Alexa Tullett. His research covers topics such as: biases in the degree to which people are persuaded by scientific evidence, intergroup conflict associated with political partisanship, and the impact of intellectual humility, and improving the pedagogy of psychology.

Stephanie Masters

smasters@crimson.ua.edu

Stephanie is a third year student working with Dr. Joan Barth. Broadly, she is interested in gender development, stereotypes, and peer relationships, with particular focus on how these variables may affect educational occupational outcomes across the lifespan. Stephanie earned her BA in psychology and MS in clinical psychology from the University of Texas at Tyler.

Chris Breeden

cbreeden@crimson.ua.edu

Chris is a third year Ph.D student working with Dr. Will Hart. Broadly, his research interests center around dark personalities, (Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism, Machiavellianism and psychopathy), and their interpersonal presentations. More specifically, he is interested in how those who are higher in these “dark” personality variables strategically present themselves and others in social contexts, in ways that maximize their status, and financial gain. He is also interested in impression management, self-esteem, humor, and politics. In another life, he would have been Slash from Guns’n’Roses.

Ricardo Wilhelm

rawilhelm@crimson.ua.edu Advisor: Philip Gable

Ricardo Wilhelm is a 5th year student working with Dr. Philip Gable.  Broadly, his research focuses on examining the interaction between emotion, motivation, cognition, and personality with neural measures of motor-action preparation and feedback processing.

Alex McDiarmid

admcdiarmid@crimson.ua.edu Advisor: Alexa Tullett

Alex is a 6th year student working with Dr. Alexa Tullett. His research covers topics such as: biases in the degree to which people are persuaded by scientific evidence, and intergroup conflict associated with religious belief and disbelief.