What is your background?
Hello! I am a PhD candidate in Management & Organizations (MORS) at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. I have also received a Bachelor’s of Science from The Ohio State University in Social Psychology, a Master’s of Arts in Social Science from the University of Chicago, and a Master’s of Science in Management and Organizations from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
What is your research area?
Moral psychology and organization science
What are you planning to focus on in the future?
My research focuses on the following topics, in no particular order:
1. The psychological and cultural processes of moralization
2. Antecedents and impediments to effective, longterm, and habitual prosocial/charitable behavior
3. The psychology of charitable receiving and the psychology of suffering
4. Empirical global priorities research
Do you want help or collaborators, if so who?
Anyone interested in these research topics; especially those who have the bandwidth to lead projects. I’m also interested in learning from qualitative and big data social scientists, so if that’s you please reach out!
Do you want to share some of your work?
Decisional autonomy undermines advisees’ judgments
of experts in medicine and in life
People Are Slow to Adapt to the Warm Glow of Giving
Presentation: Donating or Volunteering: Which altruism feels more effective?
[You can contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org]
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