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Max is a master’s candidate in Computational Social Science at the University of Chicago. He recently graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory in Oberlin, OH with a psychology major, a computer science minor, and concentrations in statistical modeling and cognitive science. He has recieved multiple research grants including the Jerome Davis award for his undergraduate work in computational psychology. He remains an active member of Dr. Nancy Darling’s lab in adolescent psycho-development as well as Dr. Kenneth JD Allen’s Cognition, Affect, Self regulation, and Health (CASH) lab. He has worked as a research assistant at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tarrlab and Harvard University’s The Music Lab. In addition to psychological research, Max has designed interfaces for creative audiovisual applications for Oberlin Conservatory’s TIMARA department. Outside of research, he has worked for Heritage Auctions and Oberlin Conservatory’s Audio department. In his free time, Max enjoys playing electric bass with The Kelson Twins, fencing Sabre and refereeing on Oberlin’s own Flaming Blades, and taking naps with his dog, Penny Lane.