I study how people make judgments about other individuals based on appearance, and how people’s experiences continuously shape these initial judgments. I use behavioral experiments, data-driven modeling and other reverse-correlational techniques, and neuroimaging to examine the process.

I am currently a postdoc in Social Cognitive and Neural Sciences Lab (New York University) (PI: Jonathan B. Freeman). Before my current position, I completed a Ph.D. in Psychology at Princeton University (advisor: Alexander Todorov).