I graduated from the Mathematical Psychology program at the University of Michigan. Before coming to UCLA, I worked at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University and taught as an Acting Professor in Stanford's Political Science Department. Before that I taught at Yale's School of Management, at York University in Toronto in Political Science, and in Northwestern's Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences Department, and in the Psychology Department of Queen's University, Kingston. I received sign interpreter training at Cal State, Northridge, and taught briefly in the deaf adult program at Chicago's Citywide College.
In the last few years I've enjoyed and appreciated the hospitality of the Center for Rationality at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and Avner Shaked's economics workshop at Bonn University, as well as the Cowles Foundation at Yale, the Russell Sage Foundation, and the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton.