I'm currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Cognitive Science of Values at Princeton University's Program in Cognitive Science and University Center for Human Values. I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of California, Berkeley in August 2017.

I have broad philosophical interests, but much of my research is in moral psychology, especially on moral responsibility, autonomy, and blame. Some of my work draws on my own and others' experimental findings in cognitive science, and I'm increasingly interested in what moral psychology can learn from sociology.

My research has been discussed in Science, at Edge and NPR, and on KALX. You can find my work under Publications and on Google Scholar. Drafts of forthcoming papers and a copy of my dissertation are available by request.