enter site source url Tzipporah is interested in person perception and social neuroscience, specifically social categorization based on perceptual cues, limited information, or person-knowledge. Her two current projects examine 1) how the availability of person-knowledge affects neural activity even when irrelevant to the task at hand and 2) how individual differences affect perceptions of police officer-civilian interactions. Her previous research experience includes how processing of social information influences the use of stereotypes and the outcomes of attachment based therapy for foster children. She enjoys olive-free foods, dogs (especially Huskies and Dachshunds), and music.