PEOPLE

NATE C. CARNES, PH.D.

Principle Investigator

Nate received his doctorate in quantitative social psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2017 before joining the faculty at CSUSM as an Assistant Professor. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes in statistics and social psychology. He likes being a father, doing anything active, and spending time in the great outdoors.

KAYLEIGH COUSAR

Graduate Student

Kayleigh graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Riverside in 2018 before pursuing her Masters of Arts in Psychological Science at CSUSM. Kayleigh completed her undergraduate Honors thesis on the variability between self-reported and informant rated personality traits for individuals with personality disorders. Kayleigh also enjoys watching movies, playing sports, working out, and eating great food with friends and family.

CSUSM RESEARCH TEAM

Fall 2018

Kayleigh, Juan, Chris, Jesus, and Brent (from left to right). A fun group of research assistants who are collaborators in the research process.

RESEARCH TEAM BEFORE CSUSM

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Remy, Mao, Sanah, and Luke (from left to right). A hardworking team of bright young scholars now attending masters and doctoral programs in social psychology at schools like the University of Virginia and New York University.

 

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