I work in social and personality psychology and behavioural economics. My research centres on the personal, situational, and institutional determinants of conflict and cooperation. In my studies, I draw on the traditions of social dilemma research and interdependence theory and the HEXACO model of personality.
I earned my Ph.D. in the Amsterdam Cooperation Lab at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. I also hold a master’s from the University of Amsterdam and a bachelor’s degree from Amsterdam University College.