Naomi Vaida

Psychology and Social Policy

Naomi is a PhD student in psychology and social policy at Princeton University. She examines stereotypes, storytelling and social networks; How the narratives people share in social networks impact social stereotypes and economic behaviour. Current projects combine experimental design, social network analysis and behavioural economics. Vaida holds a B.A. in Psychology, finishing top of her class from Trinity College, the University of Dublin. She is the recipient of some of Ireland's most prestigious awards including the Iveagh Fellowship from the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.