I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor at Yale University. I received my Sc.B. from Brown University (2007), a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2013), and completed my pre-doctoral internship and fellowship at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Substantively, my research is concentrated on understanding individual differences in cognitive and affective processes as they relate to vulnerability for antisocial behavior. Methodologically, I am interested in integrating a wide range of techniques and technologies to explore this issue. behaviors. My lab is the first ever that has been allowed to build a lab within the Connecticut state prisons.