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Alexandrya Pope, MS

Research Assistant 2, HSS

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Alexandrya Pope, MS


Alexandrya Pope, MS, is a Research Assistant at the Family Violence Research Program in the Sullivan Lab. Prior to Ms. Pope's work with the Sullivan Lab, she attended Utica College, where she independently conducted research on sexism and the gender wage gap in the workplace and earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology. She also earned her Master's of Science degree in Experimental Psychology from Saint Joseph's University, with a focus on developmental psychology. While in her graduate program, Ms. Pope conducted and supported numerous studies which examined children's perceptions of gender roles in the classroom, Theory of Mind in children with Autism, informational assumptions' affect on sexism in emerging adults and adults, and whether the Bechdel Test could be redesigned for males.

Education & Training

  • MSW
    Southern Connecticut State University, Social Work (2025)
  • MS
    Saint Joseph's University, Experimental Psychology (2020)
  • BS
    Utica College, Psychology (2018)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Annual Fund ScholarshipYale University Women's Organization2023
Magee Fenn ScholarshipYale University Women's Organization2022

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