I am a PhD Student in Psychology at Princeton University working with Tania Lombrozo. My research aims to clarify the psychological and computational basis of disagreement – across scales, domains, and agents – from definition to intervention. I also study decision-making; in particular, I am interested in understanding people's preferences for relying on intuition vs. deliberation.

 

Previously, I worked as a research assistant for Shlomi Sher, Jack Abecassis, and Michele Diaz, investigating a wide variety of topics, from langugage and aging to consciousness.

 

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Also, feel free to contact me at \( \text{oktar}@\text{princeton.}\text{edu}\) with regards to my research. I love talking about science.