Research Interests: comparative cognition, decision-making, behavioral endocrinology
I am an undergraduate student in Dr. Sarah Brosnan’s CEBUS lab at Georgia State University. My current focus is on the relation between inequity/proximity and cooperation during a bar-pull task as well as the relationship between feature masking and facial recognition. I am also interested in understanding the role of hormones as predictors for cooperative and competitive situations.
Previously I’ve also worked alongside Dr. Erin Hecht for the Georgia State University Canine Project where I focused on exploring the connections between social interactions, such as food sharing, and human-dog relationships.