I am a fifth year doctoral candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago working with Dr. Linda Skitka. My research broadly focuses on the “dark side” of morality: how and why people behave immorally in everyday life. Currently, I am exploring how self-regulatory processes may shape people’s decisions to morally transgress.
Prior to starting graduate studies at UIC, I earned my B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University in 2009. After graduating, I worked at NU’s Department of Medical Social Sciences for three years, where I coordinated quality of life studies among various medical populations.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Psychology
1007 W. Harrison Street (M/C 285)
Chicago, Illinois 60607
amuelle4 AT uic DOT edu