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I'm a social psychologist and behavioral scientist studying collective action and social norms. I'm currently a practice associate professor (i.e., a teaching professor) in the Philosophy, Politics, & Economics (PPE) program at the University of Pennsylvania where I teach behavioral economics, research methods, and psychology capstone courses on cooperation and morality, as well as conduct research with the Penn Center for Social Norms and Behavioral Dynamics.

I received my PhD in social psychology in 2023 from Boston College where I worked with Drs. Katherine McAuliffe and Liane Young. After completing my doctorate I worked as postdoctoral fellow in the PPE program at UPenn before starting my current role as a teaching professor. 

Prior to graduate school I studied psychology and anthropology at Skidmore College and worked as a behavioral research fellow at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. 

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