Diana Onu

Diana Onu

Diana has a PhD in social psychology, where she worked in the area of intergroup relations, looking at when and why social groups choose to imitate other groups. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Exeter, UK, working on tax compliance, trying to figure out why most people pay their taxes, but also what makes a minority of taxpayers less willing to comply with the law. Beyond being an editor, Diana also develops the In-Mind Videos. E-mail: d.onu@in-mind.org

Elizabeth Bowling

Elizabeth Bowling

Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Bates College in the United States. Her research focuses on decision-making behavior, specifically on how juries arrive at the verdict of guilty or not-guilty. In addition to her academic career, Liz has experience filming, directing, and editing her own travel documentary of a five-week solo road trip. The Chain of Knowledge (lizbowling246.com) is an exploration of life’s biggest (and smallest) questions in which over 100 interviewees were asked to answer a question from the previous person in the chain and ask a new question to the next person in the chain. E-mail: e.bowling@in-mind.org

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