Serena Chen, Lab Director     SERENA CHEN is Professor of Psychology and the Marian E. and Daniel E. Koshland, Jr. Distinguished Chair for Innovative Teaching and Researchat the University of California, Berkeley. She is a Fellow of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, American Psychological Association, and the Association of Psychological Science. Professor Chen was also the recipient of the Early Career Award from the International Society for Self and Identity, and the Distinguished Teaching Award from the Social Sciences Division of the University of California, Berkeley. She was also identified as a Rising Star by the American Psychological Society. Professor Chen is currently the Faculty Director of the Berkeley Collegium ( http://collegium.berkeley.edu/)  and the Vice Chair of Undergraduate Affairs of the Psychology Department.

Serena Chen, Lab Director

 

SERENA CHEN is Professor of Psychology and the Marian E. and Daniel E. Koshland, Jr. Distinguished Chair for Innovative Teaching and Researchat the University of California, Berkeley. She is a Fellow of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, American Psychological Association, and the Association of Psychological Science. Professor Chen was also the recipient of the Early Career Award from the International Society for Self and Identity, and the Distinguished Teaching Award from the Social Sciences Division of the University of California, Berkeley. She was also identified as a Rising Star by the American Psychological Society. Professor Chen is currently the Faculty Director of the Berkeley Collegium (http://collegium.berkeley.edu/) and the Vice Chair of Undergraduate Affairs of the Psychology Department.

 ARIANNA BENEDETTI: self, identity, possible selves, social class

ARIANNA BENEDETTI: self, identity, possible selves, social class

 MICHAEL O'DONNELL: judgement and decision-making, preferences, framing effects, inequality

MICHAEL O'DONNELL: judgement and decision-making, preferences, framing effects, inequality

 DANIEL STANCATO: social hierarchy, inequality, prosocial behavior

DANIEL STANCATO: social hierarchy, inequality, prosocial behavior

 AMANDA WANG:  close relationships, couple identity, counterfactual thinking, self-conscious emotions (e.g., guilt, regret)

AMANDA WANG:  close relationships, couple identity, counterfactual thinking, self-conscious emotions (e.g., guilt, regret)

 MINHA CHO: social hierarchy, the interplay between self/identity and social ties (e.g., close relationships), time

MINHA CHO: social hierarchy, the interplay between self/identity and social ties (e.g., close relationships), time

 STEPHEN ANTONOPLIS: self, identity, lifespan development, socioeconomic status

STEPHEN ANTONOPLIS: self, identity, lifespan development, socioeconomic status

 PAUL CONNOR: Income inequality, social class, social cognition, intergroup stereotyping and prejudice

PAUL CONNOR: Income inequality, social class, social cognition, intergroup stereotyping and prejudice

 JORDAN THARP: power and social feedback, how these interact and influence behavior and perceptions over time

JORDAN THARP: power and social feedback, how these interact and influence behavior and perceptions over time

 SUSAN MAUSKOPF: self, self-compassion, prosocial behavior, social class

SUSAN MAUSKOPF: self, self-compassion, prosocial behavior, social class

 SHOSHANA JARVIS: bias, inter-group relations, intersectionality, intervention

SHOSHANA JARVIS: bias, inter-group relations, intersectionality, intervention

 BELINDA CARRILLO: emotion regulation, close relationships, interdependence, coregulation

BELINDA CARRILLO: emotion regulation, close relationships, interdependence, coregulation

 VANESSA CASTRO: close relationships, friendships, relationship quality and stability

VANESSA CASTRO: close relationships, friendships, relationship quality and stability

    OZGE UGURLU: Social support, authenticity, ideal self, identity and developmental aspects of self

 

OZGE UGURLU: Social support, authenticity, ideal self, identity and developmental aspects of self