Lim, Chun Hui

Research Associate

Much like how a tapeworm finds it way through your intestines all the way up to your brain, I too, am wiggling my way through academic life – without the whole death by starvation and severe brain seizures of course. In search of that one true topic I’ll be willing to spend the rest of my life researching on, I have dabbled in the fine constructs of social identity, intergroup conflict, and goal pursuit. More recently, I have begun studying (1) how environmental cues can cause chronic changes in our implicit theories of intelligence, (2) how nationalists and patriots react to government criticism and (3) broad topics pertaining to religion, emotion, and social identity. Other than cropping out my friends for my profile picture, I have a vested interest in statistics and am trying to learn and apply Bayesian analyses to my work.