I am an experimental social psychologist. I study various ways through which our subjective perceptions of the world are initially formed and further shaped–via stereotypes, knowledge, and other things that vary across individual perceivers. I use behavioral experiments, data-driven modeling, multilevel modeling, multivariate analysis, eye-tracking, and neuroimaging.

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the National University of Singapore. Prior to the current position, I was a postdoc in the Social Cognitive and Neural Sciences Lab at Columbia University (PI: Jon Freeman). I have earned a PhD at Princeton University (advisor: Alex Todorov).