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Briana Delibashi


Research Program Coordinator


Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Briana is a recent graduate of Arcadia University in Glenside, PA. Her senior thesis investigated the effects of socially-influenced sentences on the inattentional deafness phenomenon. She is currently taking a gap year to gain further research experience before pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Psychology.

Her current research interests include the effects of 

social and emotional features on an individuals cognition and perception of incoming information as well as what

cross-cultural factors may be present. She’s particularly interested in the interactions found between cognitive neuroscience and social psychology as well as cross-cultural psychology. She’s specifically interested in testing within the auditory domain of perception and processing as its comparatively less developed than visual research. She’s also interested in understanding further the aspects of language and trauma processing areas in the brain, respectively, under a cross-cultural lens.

One fun fact about Bri is that she has 13 piercings— all in her ear! Shes also bilingual with English being her second language, Albanian being her first. She likes to keep her Albanian heritage and culture alive and active in her life.

Click on the links below to learn about Briana's current projects:

Sleep MOR

Contact Information


Phone Number: 410-550-6246

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