Hi! I’m Malena, a 5th year PhD student in Behavioral Decision Making at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
My research examines how people make decisions, particularly financial decisions, and how morality and ethics influence their choices.
I also do research with non-experimental methods, including several projects studying spatial movement using smartphone geolocation data.
I hold an AB in Psychology and a minor in Computer Science from Princeton University, where I conducted research with Susan Fiske.