I am an Associate Professor of Economics at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. I have received my PhD in Economics from University of Minnesota in 2008. I am interested in studying both strategic and non-strategic decision making using the framework of behavioral economics with the toolbox of experimental and neuro- economics. My main research interest is social norms and their role in economic decision making. Some of my recent work concentrated on the heterogeneity of propensities to follow social norms and their influence on the behavior in social dilemmas as well as the impact that the variety of psychological factors have on sharing choices.