Celia Esteban Serna
Psychology, Linguistics/Speech Therapy
University College London, 2020
Celia is a Psychology & Language Sciences student at University College London. As a selected participant for the Junior Researcher Programme, she is conducting research on the relation between poverty, decision-making and stress. She is also a research assistant at UCL Experimental Psychology Lab on a project examining how prosodic acoustic measures can be used to infer personality traits. In her free time, she is a volunteer childcare assistant at the Anna Freud Early Years Parenting Unit, a columnist at her faculty’s student blog, The Bedford Bugle, and a feminist student activist.