I'm an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Emory University where I direct the Morality and Development ("MAD") Lab.
As a developmental psychologist with broad interests in cognitive psychology, social psychology, and affective science, I study moral decision-making and how it unfolds over real time and developmental time. Take a look at my published papers to get a feel for the kinds of questions I'm interested in and hope to pursue in my lab.
Before coming to Emory, I received my B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and my Ph.D. in Psychology from Yale University. I then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University. I've also received extensive training at my parents' restaurant.
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