My research lies in the intersection between psychology and economics, with a focus on decision making, behavioral ethics, and negotiations.
Examining negotiation processes, I study how first offers affect counteroffers and final outcomes in negotiations.
In my (ethical) decision making work, I study the processes and motivation that affects people’s (i) reactions to, and (ii) decisions to be: honest, prosocial, fair, and cooperative.
I employ diverse methods such as incentivized behavioral experiments, meta-analytical tools, eye tracking, and analysis of field data.
Currently I examine how human's interactions with Artificial Intelligence shape their (ethical) behaivor.