I am a
Postdoc at Yale University and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, supported by the Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholars Program. I obtained my PhD in Social & Personality from Cornell University.
Most of my work focuses on how people form and update impressions through different cues and toward different groups, with an emphasis on implicit (that is, spontaneous and unintentional) evaluations. I try to connect theories from social cognition, face perception, and moral psychology to uncover the possibility of changing people's minds.
I am also interested in self-regulation, emotion, and prejudice.
You can find more about my ongoing projects in the Research tab.