Academic Service Officer II
Doctoral Candidate in Social-Personality Psychology
5057 Woodward Ave, Detroit MI
Social Psychology, Close Relationships
- B.A., Psychology, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, 2015
- M.S., Experimental Psychology, Oakland University, Rochester, 2017
Awards and grants
Distinguished Graduate Student Peer Mentorship Award
Graduate Student Service Award
Thomas C. Rumble Graduate Research Fellow
King, Chavez, & Parks Initiative, Future Faculty Fellow
McDonald, M. M., Coleman, B., & Brindley, S. (2019). Calibrating fear of rape: Threat likelihood and victimization costs. Personality and Individual Differences, 139, 326-330.
McDonald, M. M., Brindley, S., Halperin, E., & Saguy, T. (2018). Promoting intergroup openness and support for equality in a new cultural context: Replicating the effects of internal criticism. Journal of Social Psychology.
Brindley, S., McDonald, M.M., Zeigler-Hill, V., & Welling, L.L.M. (2018). An evolutionary perspective on intergroup dating bias. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology, 1-28.
McDonald, M. M., Brindley, S., Halperin, E., & Saguy, T. (2018). Outgroup members' internal criticism promotes intergroup openness: The role of perceived risk. British Journal of Social Psychology, 57, 95-111.
Psychology of Everyday Living
Experimental Psychology Lab