I am a PhD Student in Cognitive Psychology at Princeton University working with Tania Lombrozo and other members of the Concepts and Cognition Lab. Broadly, my research examines decision-making and mind-changing. I investigate which processes underlie how we act when faced with information that contradicts our previously held beliefs and opinions.
I am currently interested in two strands of work: first, whether our preferences for intuition and deliberation can influence how we change our minds across different decision domains, and second, modelling human preferences for explanation in a way that can allow us to design algorithms that are 'explainable'. Previously, I worked as a research assistant for Shlomi Sher, Jack Abecassis, and Michele Diaz, investigating topics ranging from langugage and aging to neuroesthetics.
Feel free to contact me with regards to my research. I love talking about science.