I am a PhD Candidate in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.  I specialize in the interdisciplinary field of Judgment and Decision Making.  I am an experimental social scientist who works with researchers from various disciplines, including management, political science, psychology, and economics.  I use multi-methods, including autonomic and neuroendocrine physiological measures, facial expressions, and a host of behavioral and self-report measures in the lab and the field.  My work focuses on diagnosing the problems of dishonesty and conflict, and developing interventions to mitigate such behaviors.  I received an MPP from Harvard Kennedy School, and a BA in Political Science from Korea University.