I am a first-year PhD student in Psychology at Yale University, working in the Comparative Cognition Lab.
Broadly, I am interested in taking a comparative perspective to examine the evolution of human social cognition. My research investigates how a species' ecology affects the ontogeny of particular social behaviors and the similiarities and differences between the aging human and the aging nonhuman primate.
Outside of research, I am very passionate about communicating science to the public, and spend a lot of my free time volunteering at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. I also enjoy taking pictures, running, hiking, reading, and travelling.
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