I use basic social psychological theory to gain a better understanding of behavior in the legal and criminal justice systems, and my ultimate aim is to use this research to inform legal policy.
I was an adjunct professor at John Jay College in New York City.
I want to conduct and publish research that is relevant and useful to attorneys, judges, and law enforcement. I also want to use my research skills to mentor new scholars in my field. Promotion to full professor would be nice one day as well.
My wife, Kelly, is from Cape Cod and works as an associate producer for a prominent documentary film company in New York.