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Principal Investigator

Nadia Brashier is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of California, San Diego. She earned a Ph.D. from Duke University and completed an NSF postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University. Nadia is from rural Georgia, which means that her tea is never sweet enough.

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Graduate Student

Phúc Huỳnh Lê is a first year graduate student at UC San Diego. He is interested in how social interactions shape evaluations of news, as well as the role of memory in conspiracy beliefs. Phúc's superpower is sleeping soundly after drinking an evening iced latte.

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Graduate Student

Payton Robinson is a first year graduate student at Purdue University also working with Dr. Sydney Trask. She is interested in memory updating and aging across species. Payton ran Division 1 track, so she is probably faster than you.

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Thesis Student

Katie Allen is an honors thesis student in the Research-Focused Honors Program at Purdue University. She is interested in fluency and the misleading effects of repetition on judgment. Outside lab, you can probably find Katie in downward dog.

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