Currently, I have two distinct yet complementary research streams:
First, I am interested in how gender stereotypes influence behavior in strategic interactions involving cooperation and competition. My research explores the conditions under which men versus women have an advantage in negotiations.
Second, I am interested in counterfactual thinking about "what might have been" and its downstream consequences, including learning, problem solving, and the creation of meaning. My research uncovers the myriad benefits of counterfactual reflection to individuals and groups.