Cornell Social Media Lab's Deception Awareness and Resilience Training (DART)
Therapeutic Applications of VR
Educational Applications of VR
Invisible Disabilities and
Avatar Representation in VR
Invisible Disabilities and University Accommodations
Cornell Virtual Embodiment Lab (VEL)
Cornell New Media & Society (NM&S) Working Group
Cornell Social Media Lab (SML)
The “self” in self-reports: The role of explicit online/offline distinctions in measurements of the self-concept
Memory and Fiction
I wrote two fictional stories within experimental parameters to help researchers study episodic memory.
Well-Being and the Built Environment
A review article on well-being and the built environment in collaboration with the team at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2021.108253
Social Media and Longitudinal Personality Change
A longitudinal analysis of personality change and its relationship with social media use via the The German Family Panel (pairfam) dataset.
Translating Real Life to Fiction
A humanities-based presentation at JHU's annual DREAMS Research Day with a focus on introducing principles of translating real life experiences to novel-writing as a hobby to supplement student self-care/health maintenance.
Interviewing Women with Invisible Disabilities
Awarded $1000 grant to perform qualitative interviews with women who have invisible disabilities.
Social Media Use and Empathy
Investigated the correlational relationship between social media use integration and empathy in college students as a final project for the JHU Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences course in Design & Statistical Analysis for Psychology.