Rich Daker - Graduate Student

Rich joined the lab in June of 2016 as a PhD student under the guidance of both Dr. Adam Green and Dr. Ian Lyons. Before coming to Georgetown, Rich worked at ideas42, a non-profit behavioral design lab that applies behavioral science to do social good. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University in 2015 with a BA in psychology and a certificate in neuroscience. While at Princeton, he was a research assistant in the Human Working Memory Lab where he studied the effects of stereotype threat on working memory. He is primarily interested in using both behavioral and neuroscience methods to study how social and emotional factors affect cognition.