Psychological Scientist | Ph.D. Candidate at Emory University
Certain personality traits, thinking styles, and worldviews give rise to maladaptive political attitudes and behaviors, such as violence, extreme partisanship, and authoritarianism. My research leverages the tools and expertise of personality psychology and clinical science to understand, measure, and statistically model the psychological causes and correlates of these attitudes and behaviors.
When not writing bios, I enjoy reading about politics, spending time with those close to me, and writing poetry.
I find it quite fun to design and construct scientific figures. Here are a few that I'm particularly proud of (open code coming soon)!
Clinical Psychology, M.A.
I completed my Master's degree in 2018.
Binghamton University, State University of New York
Psychology and Philosophy, B.A.
I graduated from Binghamton University in 2016 with bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Philosophy. As a sophomore, I began working as a research assistant and honors student in Dr. Steven Jay Lynn's laboratory, leading an experimental study of the relation between belief in free will and depressive symptomatology.