My Approach

In my teaching and mentorship, I strive to convey the importance of psychology's scientific method to teach my students evidence-based reasoning.

I teach statistics for psychology and advanced topics on social groups and biases to undergraduate and graduate students. I also work one-on-one with students completing independent research projects as well as capstone theses. Through these expreiences, I have mentored diverse populations including high school, undergraduate, and graduate students from psychology, engineering, computer science, and gender studies. My teaching, mentorship, and outreach activities also reflect my commitment to increasing the full participation of underrepresented racial groups and other marginalized groups in psychology and women in STEM.


Statistics in Psychology, University of New Hampshire

Social Psychology of Prejudice, University of New Hampshire

Statistics, Yale University


Gender Disparities in STEM and Strategies for Overcoming
I led workshops for the Society of Women Engineers at Yale featuring applications of the VIDS Intervention.

Opinion Science Podcast
Episode 71

Scientific American
A 630-Billion-Word Internet Analysis Shows ‘People’ Is Interpreted as ‘Men’

Guest Classes

Statistical Power, Multivariate Statistics, Yale University

Multiple Regression, Multivariate Statistics, Yale University

Introduction to R, Multivariate Statistics, Yale University

Psychological Consequences of Sexualization in Images, Psychology of Gender Images, Yale University

Gender Bias, Gender and Psychology, Yale University

Gender Bias in Category Representation, AP in Psychology, Milford High School