Angelica Falkenstein, MA
Angelica is a fourth-year graduate student in the social and personality psychology program at UCR. She received a BS in psychology from Oregon State University with a minor in philosophy. She also earned her MA from Oregon State, with a focus on psychology and emphasis on philosophy and human development and family studies. The topic of her thesis was “Loving-Kindness Meditation and Prosocial Construct Activation.” Angelica is currently conducting research on uncertainty navigation and the cognitive nature of bracing, the temporal decline of expectations during a waiting period. Whenever possible, she loves to do yoga, hike, and horseback ride.