Angelina received her BA in Psychology from the University of Maine in 2017. During her time at the University of Maine, Angelina was a Research Assistant in Dr. Jordan LaBouff's Social Psychology Lab where she studied the effects of imagined interactions between Christians and Atheists. Since becoming a member of the Sidanius Intergroup Relations Lab, Angelina has managed projects investigating how ancestry testing can effect perceptions of identity and intergroup bias and how reactions to social exclusion vary across different cultural contexts. Angelina also provides administrative and research support to the lab at whole and is the PI of her own project exploring how Atheist identity and attitudes towards the religious differ across cultures.
Angelina is now a Lab Manager at the University of Michigan in Dr. Arnold Ho’s Psychology of Inequality Lab and Dr. Joshua Ackerman’s Evolutionary Social Psychology Lab.