I am a PhD student pursuing a joint-degree in Psychology and Social Policy at Princeton University. I received my B.S. degree in 2019 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where I double-majored in Cognitive Science and Economics.
My research interests lie in the field of behavioral economics, with my past work focusing on judgment and shared decision-making processes in the healthcare context. Currently at Princeton, I am working with Professor Elke U. Weber on applying the psychology of social norm networks to promote sustainable behaviors, curb environmentally damaging trends, and inform environmental policy. I am also largely interested in studying motivation, goal pursuit, and closing attitude-behavior gaps in various contexts.