Doctoral student in Cognition
Prior to coming to the University of Chicago, Elizabeth graduated with a BA in Psychology and Classics from Bowdoin College. She worked in advertising for a few years, and then received an M.A. from the University of Chicago.
Elizabeth is interested in how external factors, such as scarcity, impact decision-making in children and adults. Currently, she is examining the influence of resource shortage on moral development in a number of cross-cultural projects.