DongWon Oh studies how subjective human perceptions of others emerge, influenced by stereotypes and acquired knowledge. This exploration reveals universal principles in how we perceive other humans through a tapestry of variabilities. His investigation employs a myriad of methodologies including experiments, data-driven modeling, multilevel modeling, multivariate analysis, and eye-tracking.

DongWon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the National University of Singapore. He directs the MAP Lab (Multi-Sociocontextual Action and Perception Lab). Prior to his present role, he worked as a PhD student at Princeton (advisor: Alex Todorov), and at New York University and Columbia University as a postdoc (advisor: Jon B. Freeman). He is a 2024 APS (Association for Psychological Science) Rising Star award recipient.