Henrike Moll - Assistant Professor

Dr. Moll began working as an Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology at USC in January 2012. Her research focus lies in children’s understanding of perspectives and their ability to engage in joint attention. Visit Dr. Moll's personal website for more information, including work she did prior to coming to USC. Send her an email

Allie Khalulyan - Graduate Research Assistant

Allie is a third-year Ph.D. student in Developmental Psychology with a B.A. in Psychology from UCLA. Her research is primarily aimed toward understanding the social-cognitive development of both typically and atypically developing preschoolers. Specifically, she is interested in how the processes of joint attention come to shape young children's conceptions of themselves in relation to others. Allie likes spending her free time reading and exploring new hiking trails. Send her an email.

Lillie Moffett - Undergraduate Research Assistant

Lillie is a senior Cognitive Science and Psychology double major. She is primarily interested in relationships between theory of mind, executive functioning and problem solving. With the support of the prestigious Provost Fellowship, she is currently working on her honors thesis on future planning in children. She hopes to adopt a career path that will help improve education. Send her an email

Corey Pettit - Undergraduate Research Assistant

Corey is a senior Psychology major at USC. She loves both clinical and developmental research. Previously, she studied coping in military dependent adolescents, and is currently conducting studies on the emergence of counterfactual reasoning. She hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Send her an email.

Adriana Cabrales - Undergraduate Research Assistant

Adriana is a junior Psychology major and Spanish minor at USC from Lynwood, California. She has always loved working with kids, and is a McNair/Gateway scholar highly interested in research. In addition to working at MID.LA, she tutors high school students through the Med-COR program and is a research assistant for the USC School of Social Work. Send her an email.

Kristina Fenske - Research Assistant

Kristina is a UCLA/UCL Anthropology alumna and prospective graduate student with a special interest in the early development of autism. She is fascinated by art and play therapies and their effect on children’s wellbeing. Outside of MID.LA, Kristina volunteers in the arts therapy program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Send her an email.

Joyce Wen - Undergraduate Research Assistant

Joyce is a junior Cognitive Science major at USC, minoring in International Relations and Health Care Studies. She is interested in the effects of childhood development on future behavior and emotions, as well as the influence of culture on social cognition. In her free time, Joyce enjoys playing Ultimate Frisbee, reading novels, and exploring different cuisines and cultures in her travels. Send her an email

Kirsten Kreh - Undergraduate Research Assistant

Kirsten is a senior Psychology major, minoring in Health Care Studies. She has always enjoyed working with kids and has a special interest in their problem solving techniques. In her free time she enjoys volunteering with Women and Youth Supporting Each Other and exploring California’s beautiful beaches. She hopes to pursue a career in pediatric medicine.  Send her an email.

Sophia Mohiuddin - Project Specialist, Lab Manager

Sophia began working at USC in the Office of the Provost and is a Psychology alumna from CSULB. Her past experience includes providing applied behavioral analysis to children affected by cognitive and behavioral disabilities. Outside of MID.LA, she can be found enjoying the sunshine, reading, and admiring all things creative. Send her an email

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  • 3620 S. McClintock Ave
  • SGM 716
  • Los Angeles, CA 90089