Behavioral Decision Making
Craig is a postdoctoral fellow in Behavioral Decision Making at UCLA Anderson School of Management. He works primarily with Professor Craig Fox.
Craig is interested in how people think about the relationship between skill and luck. He uses lab studies, field experiments, and archival analysis to understand how people come to think of someone as skilled or unskilled and how these attributions subsequently impact decisions. When he has spare time, he enjoys reading (skilled), skiing (somewhat skilled), and canyoneering (woefully underskilled).
He received a PhD in Management from the University of Utah, an EdM in Educational Neuroscience from Harvard University, and a BS in Finance from Utah Valley University.