Carnegie Mellon University

Nik Gurney

Nik Gurney

  • PH 321

Bio

Previous to becoming a PhD student at CMU, I worked as George Loewenstein’s research associate. Prior to that, I spent 8 years working in sales and marketing.

When I am not studying or conducting research, I like a good adventure and epinephrine.

Education

MA University of Southern California, 2013
BA Utah State University, 2009

Research

I work with George Loewenstein, Russell Golman, and Alex Imas on projects related to information, curiosity, and memory.

I’m interested in how individuals make sense of economic situations and the results of that sense making.