I am a lab manager for Tania Lombrozo's Concepts and Cognition Lab and Tom Griffiths' Computational Cognitive Science Lab at Princeton University. My research primarily uses psychology and philosophy methods to study topics such as moral reasoning, decision-making, and learning. I recently graduated from Boston University, where I worked as a research assistant in the Child Cognition Lab with Deb Kelemen. My undergraduate psychology thesis explored teleological (purpose-based) explanations for human existence and their implications for moral judgment. In my philosophy thesis, I argued that an account of intuition must be included in both practical and ideal moral decision-making theories.