Education: PhD, University of Rochester
Office: 312A Harriman Hall
Received a B.A. (2003) from Carnegie Mellon University. Held research internship appointments at Yale University (2002) and Princeton University (2003-2004). Attended the University of Rochester from 2004-2012, obtaining Ph.D. Held adjunct teaching appointments at the University of Rochester (2007), Nazareth College (2008, 2010), and SUNY Geneseo (2009). Currently serves as Associate Professor of Marketing at Stony Brook University and co-Director of the Undergraduate Program. Directs the Consumers' Affiliative Processes undergraduate research lab.
Research: Consumer Relationships and Interpersonal Processes, Consumer Well-being and Emotions, Prosocial Behavior, Experiential Buying Processes
Teaching: Principles of Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Research Methods