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PhD, Psychology, Stanford University
BA, Psychology and English Literature, Northwestern University
Daniel is a post-doctoral principal researcher in the Marketing area. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English Literature from Northwestern University and his PhD in Psychology from Stanford University where he worked with Dr. James Gross, Dr. Baba Shiv, and Dr. David Rehkopf.
Daniel’s research focuses on the psychosocial and environmental factors that enable successful self-regulation. He is particularly interested in the role that affect, self-efficacy, and socioeconomic status play in this domain. In graduate school, he studied how these factors influenced health behaviors and outcomes. He is now beginning to study how these factors influence financial decision-making and financial well-being.
Selected Publications & Presentations.
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