Teaching materials for my class, The Surprising Psychology of Everyday Life, are available here.

I'm currently a PhD student in psychology at Harvard University, working with Dan Gilbert. We're trying to figure out:

  • Do people know when someone else wants to stop talking to them?

  • How do people think about age and cohort effects?

  • Do people know when to take over for someone else?

Get in touch with me if you have thoughts on any of those.

My partner and I recently published an article in Scientific American about the so-called gender-equality paradox. The data used in our analyses is available here.

This is a directory of my current and past collaborators.

You can also download my CV.