I am a doctoral student in the psychology department at Cornell University.

I study the evolutionary origins and psychological basis of morality. The primary aim of my research is to make the world a better place by figuring out how to motivate people to care more about doing good.

My primary research interests are in moral cognition and interdisciplinary approaches to understanding the nature of morality, judgment, and intuition. I am especially interested in the evolution of normative cognition, including how people acquire norms, the extent of cross-cultural variation in normative judgment, and the role that cultural learning plays in su…

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