Assistant Professor of Psychology, Economics & Management
What He Studies
Cooperation, which is an essential aspect of life for humans—important for workplace collaborations, environmental conservation, political participation, and international relations—but often comes with an individual cost.
recent articles on Altruism & Cooperation
In the news
The decision to save someone else's life in an emergency is typically an intuitive, split-second process, rather than the result of careful deliberation. The life-savers repeatedly said they didn't even think—they just acted.
Laboratory experiments, mathematical models and computer simulations all show that support for a public good substantially increases when reputation is at stake.
— The New York Times
Department of Psychology
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