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Collaborators

I’ve been fortunate to work with amazing colleagues. These include the following coauthors and collaborators (some new collaborators in grant proposals and conference proceedings are not yet listed):

  • Jim Abelson
  • Tom Aitken
  • Jan-Henrik Andersen
  • Terrance Albrecht
  • Anocha Aribarg
  • Dan Cavagnaro
  • Doug Clarkson
  • David Chock
  • Shanna Daly
  • Allen Edwards
  • Susan Eggly
  • Phoebe Ellsworth
  • Fred Feinberg
  • Alexandra Freund
  • Melissa Franks
  • Steve Garcia
  • Sarah Garfinkel
  • Tony Greenwald
  • Dale Griffin
  • Pat Gurin
  • Don Guthrie
  • Felicity Harper
  • Richard Harris
  • Chip Heath
  • Bill Ickes
  • John Jonides
  • Shinobu Kitayama
  • Fiona Lee
  • Linda Liu
  • Israel Liberzon
  • Elizabeth Loftus
  • Ram Mahalingam
  • Sofia Merajver
  • Kara Milliron
  • John Miyamoto
  • Sandra Murray
  • Jay Myung
  • Tom Nelson
  • Richard Nisbett
  • Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
  • Wonjung Oh
  • Sheryl Olson
  • Denise Park
  • Panos Papalambros
  • J-F Petiot
  • Lou Penner
  • Luan Phan
  • Mark Pitt
  • Thad Polk
  • Jorg Rieskamp
  • Karen Rook
  • Lindsay Ryan
  • Debra Satterfield
  • Bob Savit
  • Colleen Seifert
  • Robert Sellers
  • Ed Smith
  • Ron Smith
  • Jacqui Smith
  • Chandra Sripada
  • Emily Stern
  • Mary Ann Stephens
  • Vic Strecher
  • Twila Tardif
  • Stephan Taylor
  • Leigh Thompson
  • Avishalom Tor
  • Peter Trask
  • Amos Tversky
  • Carol Varey
  • Brenda Volling
  • Tor Wager
  • Robert Welsh
  • Grazyna Wieczorkowska
  • George Wu
  • Oscar Ybarra
  • Carolyn Yoon
  • Tianyi Yu
  • Sue Zielinski
  • More to come…

 

I have exceptional mentors. Robert Bjork and Harold Kelley were instrumental mentors during my undergraduate years at UCLA and the year I took off to work as a lab rat before graduate school. Phoebe Ellsworth and Amos Tversky were wonderful and dedicated graduate mentors at Stanford University. As a junior faculty member at the University of Washington, Tony Greenwald and John Miyamoto played a major role in my continued development. The collaborators listed above continue to shape my thinking and help me grow as a scholar.

I also learn from my current and former students. I list them on a separate page.