I am affiliated with the Theory Methods Lab and Centre for Urban Mental Health. At the Theory Lab, we think of theory development as a skill that can be learned akin to how statistical expertise is taught. I’m particularly interested in how tools and concepts from "complexity science" can help psychological researcher reason about their system of study. With the Center for Urban Mental Health, I apply theory construction tools to the relationship between city life and well-being, social, and economic satisfaction.
Recently, I’ve supervised BA-theses on the use of social media scraping and detecting non-linear trends in the data.