I am a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University in Social Psychology and the Joint Degree Program in Social Policy.

My research topics include prejudice reduction, social norm change, intergroup contact, diversity training, and incarceration and reentry. In my work, I use a variety of experimental and statistical methods, including field experimentation, meta-analysis, interrupted time-series, qualitative interviewing, and randomized-control trials.

I earned my B.S. in Psychology from Yale University in 2017, and I am a recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF-GRFP).

Academic advisor: http://www.betsylevypaluck.com/