Dr. Fan Yang is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago. Fan is broadly interested in the psychological tendencies that enable us to grow and transcend ourselves. She completed her PhD in developmental psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. Fan was a post-doctoral associate at Yale University and received a master’s degree from Harvard University.
Jacqueline (Jacky) Beck
Jacky received her B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She worked with Dr. Andrei Cimpian as an honors student to study social categorization and negative stereotypes. Following graduation, she took some gap years in South Korea. She is excited to be back in academia to do research with Dr. Fan Yang on children’s biases and sociomoral reasoning. Jacky plans to attend graduate school to study social cognition and inequalities.
Chih-Ning (Jenny) Chang
Lucy is a current undergraduate student at Washington & Jefferson College, majoring in psychology with double-minors in sociology and Spanish. She has a passion for moral psychology, and is broadly interested in the social influences of morality and its effects on children’s behaviors and choices. Outside of the lab, Lucy enjoys listening to music, traveling, and exploring new hobbies.
Meriel is a second-year undergraduate student at the University of Chicago, majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience and minoring in Philosophy. She is very interested in moral psychology and evolutionary psychology, especially topics concerning moral intuition and intuitive dualism. Outside of the lab, she enjoys hiking, reading, and playing the violin.
Ph.D. Student at Yale University
Ph.D. Student at the University of Chicago
Lab Manager of APEX Lab at the University of Chicago
Ph.D. Student at Brown University
Ph.D. Student at Leipzig University
Previous Undergrad RAs