Ph.D. Candidate in Social Psychology, University of Michigan

Neil is a PhD Candidate in Social Psychology. His research focuses on two basic questions: what motivates people to pursue their goals, and how does the interplay between identity and social contexts support or undermine goal pursuit efforts. He is interested in using the answers to these questions to address social disparities, particularly disparities in education and health outcomes.

Experience

  • –present
    Doctoral Student in Social Psychology, University of Michigan