My primary research interest is on the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences. I ask general philosophy of science questions -- How can we tell if a scientific method is reliable? Is our observation theory-laden? Should science be value-free and what does that even mean? -- in the context of (primarily) psychology and sociology. I'm in the process of writing my Ph.D. dissertation, which aims to provide a philosophy of science perspective on some of the methodological issues that are especially salient in the social sciences.
University of California, IrvineDoctoral student
University of California, IrvineThe Department of Logic and Philosophy of ScienceDoctoral student
Irvine, California, United States of America