DongWon Oh is a social psychologist interested in how people form impressions of others based on their looks and how new experiences further shape these initial impressions. To study this process, he focuses on the role of social biases and individual differences. Oh uses behavioral experiments, data-driven modeling and other reverse-correlational techniques, and neuroimaging.

Oh is currently a postdoc in Social Cognitive and Neural Sciences Lab at New York University (advisor: Jonathan Freeman). Oh has earned a PhD in Psychology at Princeton University (advisor: Alexander Todorov).