Sara Rose Masland, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of psychological science at Pomona College. She earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Harvard University and her B.A. from Bowdoin College. Her research includes two primary tracks: 1) the perception of criticism in close relationships and other psychosocial predictors of poor clinical outcomes; and 2) personality disorders (PDs), including the improvement of care and social cognitive differences associated with PDs. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaylee Null is a senior psychological science major and politics minor at Pomona College. As part of a military family, she has lived in many places. She spent her high-school years in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Kaylee’s interests include clinical psychology, neuropsychology, and systems and stigmas that impact mental health care. She intends to go to graduate school. In her free time, she tutors and plays guitar.
Janelle Herring is a junior psychological science major on the pre-med track at Pomona. She is a Posse Scholar from Chicago. Janelle is interested in psychiatry and personality psychology. In her free time you can find her playing soccer, rewatching old SNL episodes, or going to the beach.
Ananya Saluja is a psychological science major with a potential double major in politics. A sophomore at Pomona College, she is interested in personality psychology, and the intersection between psychological disorders and stigma. In her spare time, you can find her dancing, reciting dialogues from Bollywood movies, and looking at pictures of corgis.
Tanya Shah is a psychological science major, with a potential double major in English. She is a junior at Pomona College, from Mumbai, India. She is interested in Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology and the effect of stigmas on mental health. She spends her free time learning to play the piano and eating a lot of Indian snacks.
Crockett Masland cannot decide on his major. He likes geology (sniffing rocks and dirt), psychological science (training humans to do his bidding), music (including mimicry of fire engines and loons), and zoology (solving the mysteries of cats and squirrels). In his free time, he enjoys harassing the mail person, long hikes, and sleeping.
Collaborators (Past and Present)
Psychological science requires a team effort! We collaborate with a number of labs/institutions.
- Harvard University’s Clinical Research Lab
- McLean Hospital’s Gunderson Personality Disorder Institute
- Oberlin College’s CASH Lab
- Yale School of Medicine’s Fineberg Lab
Former Lab Members
- Cleo Berliner (PO ’19)
- Mackenzie Cummings (PO ’19)
- Sarah Etuk (PO ’19)
- Evan Iliakis (PO ’18)
- Shirley Liu (PO ’19)
- William Sapolsky (PO ’20)
- Danielle West (PO ’21)