April Bailey is a third-year doctoral student. She is broadly interested in how people process gender information and integrate it with contexts and with other cues. In one line of work, she focuses on the interplay between gender and nonverbal displays. Her work uses behavioral and electrophysiological measures to assess which cue is more meaningful both during perception and enactment. She is also interested in a particular form of subtle bias concerning the type of person that emerges as representative of ostensibly demographic-neutral categories. Particularly, she is interested in androcentrism, whereby men are viewed as being more representative than women despite equal numeric representation. April works with professors Marianne LaFrance and Jack Dovidio. Alongside a PhD is Psychology she is pursuing a Certificate in Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies. She received her BA from Colgate University, majoring in both Psychology and Women’s Studies.