Diego Reinero

Diego Reinero received his BS in Psychology and Business from Skidmore College in 2012 and began his PhD in Social Psychology at New York University in 2015. He is broadly interested in empathy, morality, and intergroup perception and cooperation. More specifically, he is interested in understanding how we imagine the experience of others at cognitive and neural levels of analysis, and how perspective-taking influences our moral decisions when self and group identities are modulated. From 2014-2015 he was a Research Assistant at the Psychology Department of Harvard University where he conducted research with graduate student, Gus Cooney, on decision-making and prediction errors. He has also designed behavioural studies on biases in communication, people’s perceptions of fairness, and our naïve theories of goodness and badness. His specialised research skills include data collection methods, data analysis packages, neuroimaging software, manuscript preparation, operating systems and grant management tools.

He is a member of Associaton for Pyschological Science, Society for Personality and Social Psychology. You can view his CV here. And you can follow him on Twitter 

Credits: New York University

Published : 09 November 2015

Last update: 24 August 2016

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