Assistant Professor

Pomona College

I am an assistant professor at Pomona College in Claremont, CA. My research interests largely center on investigating the neural and behavioral dynamics of interpersonal collaboration and coordination - how people’s affective and cognitive content align, how they exchange and distribute information in team contexts, and how we can use these findings to improve interpersonal communication.

This website is meant as a documentation of those activities. Feel free to peruse the publications tab for recent papers, the posts tab for the stories behind these studies, resources to check out research and teaching material I’ve shared, or the contact section to get in touch. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Postdoctoral Scholar, 2022

    Princeton University

  • Postdoctoral Scholar, 2021

    Annenberg School of Communication, UPenn

  • PhD in Social Psychology, 2020


  • MA in Social Psychology, 2016


  • BA in Psychology, 2015

    Pomona College

Recent Posts


Cross-Cultural Persuasion Neuroscience

Testing whether persuasion neuro findings from the West replicate in a Middle-Eastern sample

Persuasion in the Brain

Making persuasion neuroscience more accessible outside the lab