My research focuses on the abstract theories that children build and rely upon as they navigate the social world. I explore how children learn to organize the people around them into social categories, and how they make inferences about people on the basis of social category membership. I also study the implications of social categorization for moral evaluation. When I'm not working, I can usually be found baking, traveling, or obsessing over my dog, Dobby.
My name is Leetal Winick and I'm a junior at Stern College for Women, studying Psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience. I'm so excited to be apart of the Developing Minds lab and gain from this incredible opportunity! A fun fact about me is that I'm obsessed with french fries!
I am a Junior at Yeshiva University Stern College for Women, studying Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies. I am looking forward to joining the Developing Minds Lab and exploring how children create social categories and create moral evaluations. My hobbies include knitting, traveling, and slam poetry.
I am currently as senior at Yeshiva University, where I study British Literature, with a focus on Modernism, as well as Psychology. I’m looking forward to joining Dr. Chalik’s lab to explore how children categorize their social environment and infer the moralities of the people surrounding them. In my spare time I enjoy traveling, theater, concerts and getting away from the city occasionally to hike with my dog.
I’m a senior at Stern, majoring in psychology and hoping to pursue a career in clinical work. I’m looking forward to joining the Developing Minds Lab and contributing to the important research about children’s creation of social categories. A fun fact about me is that I enjoy long car rides, as I find them quite relaxing.
My name is Devora Tuchman and I’m a junior at Stern College for Women where I am majoring in Psychology. I’m really looking forward to joining the Developing Minds Lab and exploring moral development in children. In my free time I love drawing, listening to music and exploring NYC!
I am currently a sophomore in Stern College for Women and am interested in entering the field of psychology. I am excited to join this lab and discover more about social categorization from a child’s perspective and how that affects their thoughts and ideas of the human beings around them. In my spare time I enjoy running, reading and playing guitar.
I’m an incoming senior at Stern College for Women double majoring in Psychology and Jewish Studies. I am so excited to join the Developing Minds Lab and contribute to the understanding of how children learn about and categorize people in their environment. Fun fact- I am currently learning how to juggle!
I am currently a junior at Yeshiva University, majoring in Psychology and hoping to continue in the field of Clinical Child Psychology! I can’t wait to spend the summer at the Developing Minds Lab learning about the ways children understand people and their relationships! I love reading, writing, and acting, and am almost always singing musicals.
I am studying Psychology at Stern College for Women. I just completed my sophomore year after taking a gap year in Israel. I live in Teaneck, NJ but I am planning on moving to Israel at the end of this year. I have an older brother and a younger sister. For the past 6 years, I have worked as a counselor at several day camps and sleep away camps. This summer I will be an inclusion specialist at Camp Kaylie.
I’m a rising junior at Stern College for Women with a passion for psychology. I’ve always had a strong curiosity about the world around me, and so I’m thrilled to be part of the team at the Developing Minds Lab. I look forward to investigating the way children develop thoughts and beliefs about those in their environment. An interesting tidbit about myself is that I can recite Shakespeare’s Hamlet soliloquy by heart.
I am a senior at Stern College majoring in Psychology and Judaic Studies with a minor in Education. I am looking foreword to joining the Developing Minds Lab and exploring social categorization, child cognitive development, and the relationship of guided reflection on self-image. My hobbies include reading, enjoying fresh air, and figuring out how to play songs on the piano by ear.