Nicki Antone-Diamond

Nicki Antone-Diamond is a First Nations psychology major at the University of British Columbia. She has a research background in social cognitive development that includes stereotype threats in the classroom, anxiety in the classroom, children and stress, resilience in the classroom, cultural models of education, self-concepts/esteem and academic achievement in minority students, general attitudes toward school, and Indigenous educational attainment rates. Specifically, she has experience understanding the mechanisms of the Child Implicit Association Test (IAT) and revising/creating it into a unique Indigenized Child IAT. Nicki is one of the few Indigenous students in psychology, applying her research within her own community of Oneida Nations of the Thames.