Behavioral Scientist, Healthy Minds Innovations
Liz is a Behavioral Scientist at Healthy Minds Innovations and is an expert in social cognition, including moral judgement, socio-political ideologies, and implicit attitudes and stereotypes. Her award-winning work is published in over a dozen peer-reviewed scientific articles, and she has earned grants from the Study for the Psychological Study of Social Issues and the Center for Social and Economic Behavior in Cologne.
In addition to her role at HMI, Liz is a consultant with Project Implicit, where she has advised corporations, universities, nonprofits and government agencies on implicit cognition and strategies for mitigating biased decision-making.
- Ph.D., Psychology, University of Florida
- M.A., Psychology, California State University-Sacramento
- B.A., Psychology, California State University-Sacramento