I’m a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at Yale University. I study human cooperation and morality, with a focus on the role of reputation. My work integrates approaches from psychology, experimental economics, and evolutionary game theory. I’m interested in questions like: How do people select collaborative interaction partners, and signal their quality as prospective partners? What keeps reputation information honest? Why do we condemn and punish immoral behavior, and how do we react to hypocritical punishment? I’m advised by Dr. David Rand in the Human Cooperation Laboratory, and also work with Dr. Paul Bloom in the Mind and Development Laboratory.