Joel Eduardo Martinez

Psychology and Social Policy Ph.D. student at Princeton University.

Social Perception Lab
Turk-Browne Lab

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.