Thanks for visiting! I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Human Cooperation Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I study the political beliefs and attitudes of the mainly European and North American public, with a particular focus on the processes of belief change and persuasion. I primarily use survey experiments to study these processes, with the aim of better understanding questions like:
Beyond my specific research focus, I am enthusiastic about open science practices and the R programming language.
Below is my education history and further down the page you can find my research papers and contact information. If you’d like to know more about me or my work, please get in touch!
PhD in Social and Political Psychology, 2019
Royal Holloway, University of London
MSc in Research Methods in Psychology, 2015
University of Kent
BSc in Psychology, 2013
University of Surrey
Preprints and Publications