Jesse Pike

Jesse Pike

Jesse Pike is second year graduate student in the Academic Research Masters program in Psychology with an emphasis in Social Psychology. 

Thesis: Minority Influence and Musical Persuasion 

Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Amber Gaffney

Jesse's work examines how music, when linked to specific social identities, may be used as a political tool. Specifically, he is interested in combining these ideas with work on minority influence. His other research interests include inter/intra group processes, leadership, uncertainty, and extremism. Ultimately, Jesse would like to obtain a Ph.D. in social psychology.