I work at the intersection of psychology, behavioral economics, and cognitive neuroscience, applying theoretical frameworks drawn from these fields to historical and political case studies. My specific research is on truth-seeking, effective decision-making, emotional and social intelligence, and meaning and purpose. In my scholarship, I apply theoretical models drawn from various behavioral science fields to specific political and business case studies. I published two academic books and over 25 peer-reviewed essays in journals and edited volumes in the United States, England, France, Germany, and Russia. I serve as an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University in the History Department and the Decision Sciences Collaborative. For a copy of my CV, click here.

 

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