Andrew is a second-year graduate student in the social psychology area at Northwestern. He graduated from Duke University in the spring of 2015 with a B.S. in psychology and a minor in statistics. At Northwestern, he works primarily with Eli Finkel and Daniel Molden.
His primary research interests follow two distinct paths: (1) the role that self-regulation and goal-pursuit play in interpersonal situations and (2) how implicit theories of willpower impact self-regulatory predictions and ultimate self-control ability. In the RAMlab, he works on goal allocation in transactive systems, using the Transactive Goal Dynamics (TGD) framework to study shared goal-pursuit in romantic dyads. Click here for Andrew's CV.