Savannah Adams

LIFE Michigan

LIFE Fellow since 2023, University of Michigan

UM Fellow Speaker

I am a PhD candidate in Social Psychology at the University of Michigan working with Josh Ackerman and Amie Gordon. My interests primarily concern moral topics such as how people weigh moral information when making decisions about who to build social relationships with. I am also interested in how this changes based on various contextual factors such as the type of relationship one is looking to build and one's own personal values. Additionally, I am involved in work applying the lens of evolutionary and relational models of morality to contexts such as relationship compatibility and infectious disease concealment. Through participation in the LIFE program I am hoping to gain the skills and insight necessary to see how these models may also be applied to other contexts across the lifespan.

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