About me

I am currently a third year Ph.D. Student at Carnegie Mellon in the Social and Decision Science Department. I am working with Gretchen Chapman on the cognitive processes underlying intertemporal decision making.

Previously I was a Ph.D. student at Rutgers pursuing a dual degree in Psychology and Marketing. Prior to Rutgers, I was a Lab Coordinator at the Center for Decision Sciences at Columbia University under the direction of Professors Elke Weber and Eric Johnson. Before coming to Columbia I worked at the Center for the Advanced Study of Language at the University of Maryland and received my Masters in Psychology from Brunel University. 

My research investigates the cognitive processes underlying judgment and decision making. I am particularly interested in how people make choices about the future.