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Dr. Matt Baldwin

Assistant Professor

Dr. Baldwin received his B.A. in Psychology from Miami University and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Kansas. He then spent four years as a post doctoral fellow at the Social Cognition Center Cologne, University of Cologne, Germany. Dr. Baldwin joined the faculty at UF in 2019.

El Rim Ahn

Research Manager

El Rim Ahn is a 3rd year psychology major originally from South Korea. El Rim is interested in temporal comparison and temporal landmarks, especially how they pertain to motivation and one’s identity. Ultimately, she wants to better understand how people perceive past, present, and future selves. 

Scott Stroud

Research Assistant

Scott Stroud received his B.A. in Psychology from California State University, Fresno. His research interest broadly include intergroup interactions, ownership of ideas, and political ideology. His academic aim is to earn a Ph.D.in Social Psychology. 

Chris Hart

Research Assistant

Chris Hart received his B.S. in Biology from the University of Florida. He is excited to gain experience in research as he shifts his path toward Psychology. Some of his interests are social norms, self-concept and identity, and stereotypes.

Justine Bahoyan

Research Assistant

In Mind Magazine Coordinator

Justine Bahoyan is a 3rd year majoring in psychology and sociology from the University of Florida. She is interested in the broad field of social psychology specifically areas that deal with stereotypes and prejudice, social patterns, self-concept and identity. In the future, she aims to pursue a Ph.D. in counseling psychology.