Joshua Cetron

I am a Ph.D. candidate working with Mina Cikara and Joshua Greene in the Department of Psychology at Harvard. In my research, I study the ways in which intergroup contexts shape knowledge representations and information processing. Using methods from cognitive neuroscience, multivariate statistics, and social psychology, I seek to characterize the neural and psychological mechanisms that support information acquisition and concept learning in laboratory, classroom, and social settings - processes that are critical to human engagement with the world.

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