Adam Morris

Harvard University

Psychology (cognitive)


Adam Morris is a 6th-year PhD student in psychology at Harvard University. He studies the "hidden underbelly" of decision-making -- the unconscious processes that produce our decisions. He uses cognitive experimentation and computational modeling to try to understand these hidden processes, and to figure out how people can make them more accessible to conscious awareness. Outside of his research, he is involved in mindfulness and meditation practices, likes hiking tall mountains, and loves folk dancing.

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