I am a PhD candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication and the Communication Neuroscience Lab at the University of Pennsylvania.
Broadly, I use tools from computational social science, network science and machine learning to study how people process information and change their behavior.
At present, my work focuses on developing predictive person-specific (sometimes called idiosyncratic) models of health behavior using intensive mobile sampling. My work aims to bridge insights from person-level cognition and social processes in groups to improve individual and collective well-being.
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Health behavior change
Longitudinal mobile sampling
Person-specific models (N-1)
PhD in Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 2023 expected
MA in Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 2018