Using both the social identity framework and the biopsychosocial (BPS) model of challenge and threat, I developed a scale that looks into how individuals perceive their social identities. Some identities are resourceful and advantageous while others are demanding and difficult to overcome. I use a multi-method approach by measuring individuals perceptions of their identity, behaviors associated with those perceptions as well as their ‘under the skin’ responses, through autonomic physiology.
- Teaching Assistant, Social Cognition, Spring 2022
- Teaching Assistant, Theories of Personality and Psychotherapy, Fall 2021
- Dean's List, California State University, Sacramento (2019-2020)
BA in Psychology, California State University, Sacramento, 2020