I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at Williams College and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow.  I have a PhD in Psychology & Law from John Jay College of Criminal Justice/The Graduate Center. I’m interested in how innocent people remember their alibis, how pre-existing beliefs influence how people interpret police use of force in body cam footage, and how cognitive processes influence legal decision-makers plea decisions.

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 Supported by the CUNY Doctoral Students Council.