Our lab research assistants are inquisitive and hard-working students from the Columbia University community. Please see below for brief biographies of our RA team.
Carly Lenniger is a Barnard College (‘19) student studying Psychology and Human Rights. After graduation, she plans to go into Industrial/Organizational Psychology in the corporate world before going on to pursue graduate-level education in psychology. Carly is passionate about her work at the BRL and is interested in social behavior, decision-making, and motivation.
Thet Naing is a sophomore in Columbia College, hoping to earn a major in Neuroscience and concentration in Statistics. He is originally from Yangon, Myanmar but was raised in Los Angeles, California. His goal is to become an MD/MPH and to practice medicine with a special interest in helping communities of color/low socioeconomic status. He is working with the BRL because he is fascinated by behavioral psychology, and he loves to contribute to research in any way possible.
Tevis Robinson is a first-year at Columbia College of Columbia University with plans on majoring in Economics and Psychology. On campus, he is involved in the Residence Hall Leadership Organization and the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee as a Tour Guide for prospective undergraduate students at Columbia. He is interested in social, cognitive, and translational psychology, specifically behavioral economics and finance.