I am an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Yale School of Management.
I research how our moral values impact our judgment and decision-making. In early work, I uncovered when (and why) we blame others for their emotions, motives, and beliefs. I've recently discovered that our moral values often make us feel licensed to engage in motivated reasoning. And in my on-going work, I am testing ways to improve judgment and decision making and further exploring our moral psychology.
I currently direct the Yale Morality and Decision Making Lab with Deb Small and Jason Dana.
Prior to Yale, I was a postdoc in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. I recieved my PhD in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and my BA in Philosophy and Cognitive Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.