Karen Huang is a Ph.D. student in Organizational Behavior (Psychology Track) at Harvard Business School and Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. She is broadly interested in the cognitive and affective processes in judgment and decision making. In one line of research, Karen is working on several projects regarding motivation, emotions, and the generation of choice sets under conditions of uncertainty. In a second line of research, she investigates perceptions and accuracy in dyadic interactions.
Prior to starting her Ph.D., Karen worked on research and teaching with faculty in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School, and earned her B.A. in Ethics, Politics & Economics from Yale University.