Sean Chandler earned his MA in experimental psychology from SFSU in the Mind, Brain, and Behavior program under the mentorship of Dr. Mark Geisler (SUNY) and Dr. Avi Ben-Zeev (Yale). Since graduating, he has been teaching upper division psychology courses, including Cognitive Psychology, Motivational Psychology, and Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology. He is also the lab manager of the Cognitive Psychophysiology lab at SFSU in which they use electroencephalography (EEG) to record electrocortical activity in the brain to explore the neural dynamics of a variety of cognitive processes. His current research focuses on examining the neural dynamics of group based biases in empathy for pain to explore how differences in the ways we relate to our own emotions can influence the ways in which we relate to each other’s emotions.