JAELYN PEISO

JAELYN PEISO

JAELYN PEISO
Jaelyn Peiso begins her graduate study at the University of Chicago in the fall of 2015. She is interested in internalized oppression (stereotype threat), stereotypes, and racism from both a visual science and social psychology perspective. Her primary goal is to reduce prejudice and discrimination through the exploration of the underlying mechanisms and possible interventions for inflexible cognition. Her previous experience is in experimental psychology and she is excited to expand her toolbox with neuroscience methods. She received her research experience in the labs of Dr. Jamie Goldenberg and Dr. Thomas Sanocki at the University of South Florida. Jae is incredibly excited to join the Social Justice Neuroscience and Psychology Lab and work with Dr. Jennifer Kubota.
04.14.15

Jaelyn Peiso

Graduate Student at Social Justice Neuroscience and Psychology Lab


EDUCATION


BA
University of South Florida Tampa
8/11 – 5/13 Major: Psychology
USF GPA: 4.0
Major GPA: 3.92
Overall GPA: 3.73
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
AA
Santa Fe Community College
8/08 – 5/11

HONORS AND AWARDS


Magna Cum Laude
2013
Florida Bright Futures Medallion Scholarship
2008 – 2013
Psi Chi International Honor Society Member
2012 – present
Psi Chi International Honor Society Officer (Treasurer)
2012 – 2013

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE


Sanocki Visual Cognition and Design Lab (Treasurer)
8/12 – Present
Role: Co-Investigator; Lab Coordinator
Principal Investigator: Thomas Sanocki, Ph.D

Responsible for managing a team of research assistants, participating in study recruitment, developing study protocol, IRB relations and updates.

Goldenberg Social Psychology Lab

Role: Research Assistant
Principal Investigator: Jamie Goldenberg, Ph.D

Responsible for scheduling participants for study sessions, running participants, data entry and coding.


POSTER PRESENTATION


Peiso, J. R. (2012). The neural correlates of lucid dreaming. Poster presented at the Undergraduate Interests Colloquium, University of South Florida; Tampa, FL.


PUBLICATION


An Excerpt in: Rottenberg, J. (2012). Notes from ground zero in America’s depression epidemic: college students speak. Charting the Depths.


MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION


Peiso, J. R. & Sanocki, T. (2014).. Mindfulness, De-Automatization and Implications for Stereotypes.


RELEVANT COURSE WORK


Undergraduate

Physiological Psychology
A
Spring 2013
Experimental Design & Analysis
A
Spring 2011
Experimental Design & Analysis
A+
Spring 2012
Abnormal Psychology
A+
Spring 2011
Intro to Computer Programming
A
Fall 2012
Social Psychology
A
Summer 2012
Statistics
B
Fall 2010
Research Methods in Psychology
A
Fall 2011
Perception
A
Summer 2012
Human Computer Interface
A
Spring 2013
IT Concepts
A
Spring 2013

COMPUTER SKILLS


SPSS
Internet Data Collection
Excel
Python (Intermediate)
Real Basic (Intermediate)
MATLAB (Beginner)