I’m an assistant professor in social psychology at Montclair State University, where I’ve been since September 2016. Before I got to Montclair State I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto in the Social Perception and Cognition Lab. I study first impressions, face memory, and social judgments. I’m interested in how social category memberships (like race) and non-categorical factors such as facial appearance (like perceived trustworthiness) impact social judgment.