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I am broadly interested in social life. My research has recently focused on the ways in which people influence one another without being aware of doing so. I have found that merely doing the same activity at the same time as another person intensifies people’s experiences of that activity, whether it’s something pleasant or unpleasant. Part of what makes shared experiences unique is the way they lure us into considering what’s on the the mind of our co-experiencer. I’m interested in the ways we think about other minds (and their contents) both during shared experiences and in social life more generally.