DegreePhD, Duke University, 2012; BS, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007
AREAS OF EXPERTISEManagerial decision-making and behavioral economics
Biased learning with incomplete information, over-attribution to leaders, pro-social motivation
With J. Tong and R. Larrick,"Biased Judgment in Censored Environments," Management Science, forthcoming; with L. Tost and A. Grant, "Mixed Reasons, Missed Givings: The Costs of Blending Egoistic and Altruistic Reasons in Donation Requests," Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(6), November 2012; with J. Soll, "A Blind Spot in Driving Decisions: How Neglecting Costs Puts us in Overdrive," Climatic Change, 98, 2010
"Managerial Underestimation of Employee Capability"; with E. Taylor, "The Wheel of Misfortune and Managerial Dismissal: Evidence of Over-Attribution to Leaders"
Finalist, INFORMS, Decision Analysis Society Student Paper Award, 2011; Best Poster Award, Behavioral Decision Research in Management, 2010; James B. Duke Fellowship, Duke University 2007–10
Academic positions: Tuck School, 2012–present
Editorial positions: Ad Hoc Reviewer, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes