Adam Pearson, Ph.D. (CV), is an assistant professor of psychology at Pomona College and member of the graduate faculty in the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Yale University. His research explores how people navigate diversity, with a particular interest in the role of nonconscious processes in social interaction and perception. His work also examines how intergroup relations shape how people think about cooperative challenges like climate change. He teaches introductory psychology, social psychology, research methods, and seminars on social identity and contemporary prejudice. When not pondering the foundations of intergroup cooperation and conflict, he can be found enjoying craft beers in Pasadena or hiking with his shepherd mix, Richard Parker. Email: adam.pearson (at) pomona.edu
Josh Hirschfeld-Kroen is a junior Psychology major and Philosophy minor from Gainesville, Florida, and is the SCI Lab Coordinator. His interests often fall at the intersection of philosophy and psychology, such as questions that relate to dual process frameworks of morality, evolution of religion, and the influence of religious ideas on behavior. He is also broadly interested in the ways in which technology may interact with and shape psychology and culture.
Charmaine Garzon is a senior from San Francisco. She is double majoring in psychology and sociology, with a minor in Spanish (her first language). After graduation, Charmaine will be flexing her social psychology skills as a member of Google’s People Operations.
Jun Park is a senior psychology major from Federal Way, Washington. After graduating, Jun plans to pursue graduate studies in social psychology and organizational behavior. When not pondering the roots of human social behavior, Jun can be found devouring Canada’s under-appreciated ketchup chips.
Andrea Green is a junior from Arlington, Virginia. Andrea is majoring in Psychology with a possible minor in Politics. When she is not thinking about psychology, Andrea can be found attempting to play the guitar and drinking copious amounts of coffee.
Matthew Ballew is a 4th-year Ph.D. student in the applied social psychology program at Claremont Graduate University. Matt’s research interests center around understanding people’s connection to groups, communities, and the natural world. His current research explores how social media can be used to enhance public engagement with environmental issues. Additional projects in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service include field studies exploring effects of science exposure on implicit attitudes about nature, and studies in the SCI Lab exploring how intergroup relations shape collective action on climate change.
- NYU Interpersonal Perception Lab
- Yale Intergroup Relations Lab
- Cornell Social Cognition & Communication Lab
- Princeton Social and Environmental Decision Making Lab
- Pomona Child Attachment, Relationships, and Emotion (CARE) Lab
- Jack Dovidio (Yale)
- Tessa West (NYU)
- Samuel Gaertner (U Delaware)
- Jonathon Schuldt (Cornell Dept. of Communication)
- Rainer Romero-Caynas (Environmental Defense Fund)
- Sander van der Linden (Princeton Woodrow Wilson School)
- Nicole Shelton (Princeton)
- Felicia Pratto (U Connecticut)
- Michael Kukenberger (UNH School of Management)
- Jessie Borelli (Pomona Psychology)
- Shlomi Sher (Pomona Psychology