MA, Social Sciences, University of Chicago
BA, Psychology and Classics, Bowdoin College
Elizabeth is a doctoral student pursuing the joint degree in Psychology and Behavioral Science.
Elizabeth is broadly interested in moral psychology, ethics, and social cognition. Her current research projects explore questions related to fairness, honesty, moral hypocrisy, and the role of contextual factors in shaping moral preferences.
Selected Publications & Presentations
Huppert, E., Herzog, N., Landy, J., & Levine, E. (2019). The social consequences of absolute moral proclamations. Talk presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making Conference. Montreal, Canada.
Huppert, E., Cowell, J. M., Cheng, Y., Contreras‐Ibáñez, C., Gomez‐Sicard, N., Gonzalez‐Gadea, M. L., ... & Decety, J. (2019). The development of children's preferences for equality and equity across 13 individualistic and collectivist cultures. Developmental Science, 22(2), e12729.