I started my PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) in February 2018, where I am supervised by Assoc. Prof. Disa Sauter and Prof. Agneta Fischer. Broadly speaking, my research interests lie at the intersection of identity, culture and emotions. For my doctoral project, I will examine how specific positive emotions are facially represented, and evaluate the extent to which culture and identity influence such nonverbal expressions.
Prior to this, I completed a double major in Psychology (BA Hons) and History at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). I then acquired an MSc in Social Cognition at University College London (United Kingdom), before proceeding to read an MPhil in Psychology at the University of Queensland (Australia), where I was jointly supervised by Prof. Jolanda Jetten and Prof. Matthew Hornsey.