I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the Penn Social Norms Group and the Behavioral Ethics Lab. My work focuses on translating insights from the study of human psychology and behavior into effective programs and policy. I am particularly interested in the influence of social factors on behavior. I use concepts from game theory, methods behavioral economics, and insights from social and cognitive psychology to study these phenomena.

I received my BA in the Cognition and Brain stream of the Cognitive Systems Program at The University of British Columbia and my MS and PhD in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, advised by Cristina Bicchieri.

Twitter: @EThulin
Skype: erik_thulin
Office: Claudia Cohen Hall, 436