Zach Horne | P.I. | Assistant Professor of Psychology
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Philosophy Graduate Faculty
Ángel Pinillos | Co-P.i. | Associate Professor of Philosophy
School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies
Sara Jaramillo | Lab Manager
I’m interested in how social and cognitive biases affect the jury decision making process.
B.A. Philosophy | Arizona State University
Bethany Baker | Master's Study
I’m interested in how implicit attitudes, especially those concerning race, impact jury decision-making.
B.S. Psychology | University of Colorado - Boulder
Chris Gonzales | PhD Student
I study theory of mind, metacognition, and cognitive development. I'm advised by William Fabricius in the Department of Psychology.
M.S. Psychology | Arizona State University
B.S. Psychology | University of Northern Colorado
Olivia Miske | Master's Student
I am interested in how scientific evidence influences jurors' judgments and decisions.
B.S. Psychology | Gonzaga University
Hunter Priniski | Research Assistant
I combine data science techniques with behavioral studies to understand how beliefs are shaped among members in online communities.
B.S. Mathematics | Arizona State University
Samantha Roberts | Master's Student
I'm interested in how trait-based language can affect people's beliefs about clinical disorders.
B.S. Psychology | California Lutheran University
Prachi Solanki | Master's Student
I'm interested in using behavioral studies and data science techniques to learn how adults and children reason on the basis of new evidence.
B.S. Psychology | University of Pune