BioI started working on my PhD in behavioral decision research Fall of 2013.
EducationI received my B.A. in Psychology from Harvard University in 2010.
I'm interested in basic research about judgment, decision-making, problem-solving, and emotion, as well as applied work on behavior during emergencies.
My recent research involves a project on lie detection using reaction time, survey methods to assess risk-taking propensity, and several studies related to the measurement and mitigation of cognitive biases (for example, the bias blind spot). My advisors include Linda Babcock, Taya Cohen, and Karim Kassam.