Joel Eduardo Martinez
Psychology and Social Policy Ph.D. student at Princeton University.
Very broadly, my research focuses on the neural and cognitive mechanisms underlying social perception and interactions. Other areas of interest include:
Statistics: mixed effect, measurement reliability.
Computation: drift diffusion, representational similarity.
Evolution: evolutionary psychology and cultural evolution as related to social cognition.
Cognition: memory, attention, executive function, development.
Philosophy: mind-body relations, objectivity and subjectivity.
Translational: risky gay sexual behavior and social judgment.
Societal: activism, immigrants, racism, queers, classism, sex/gender, HIV/PrEP, and privilege.