I completed my PhD at Lund University Cognitive Science in 2015 with a thesis entitled "Observing and manipulating preferences in real time". I joined the lab in September 2015 as a post-doctoral research fellow.
I am working on how direct social interaction contributes to affective learning, and how group learning can be studied as an extension of how individual learning. I am also interested in social signaling and how formal decision and learning models may interact. My previous research has centered around the use of visual attention in decision making and involve building computational models of moral decision processes.