I am an assistant professor in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University. I was trained as a social psychologist, but I primarily research the judgment and decision-making processes that are relevant to the law and legal system. In addition, I teach an occasional course in ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, where I am affiliated with the JD/PhD program in psychology and law, as well as the program on the Future of Forensic Science.
You can learn more about my research and download some of my recent papers and posters from my research group's website.
My office is located in the FAB building, room S117. My office phone number is 602-543-8133 (38133 from campus). My lab is located in the CLCC building, room 118.
Office Hours, Spring 2013:
Monday 12-1 & By Appointment
Teaching Schedule, Spring 2013:
PGS350 - Social Psychology
PSY498/598 - Psychology of Morality
Teaching Schedule, Fall 2013:
PSY515 - Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics I