Welcome to my site! My name is Mohammad Wiswall I am currently an undergraduate at Rutgers University-New Brunswick studying Cognitive Science with a concentration in decision-making and neuroscience. One of the hats I wear is the co-founder of Minorities in Cognitive Science (MiCS). Within MiCS, I work to create an inclusive community to connect cognitive scientists who are of marginalized and underrepresented groups.
My current position is a research assistant in the Nicolas Lab where I assist Dr. Gandalf Nicolas in research pertaining to social cognition. My research interests are behavioral economics, game theory, social decision-making, person perception, bias and stereotyping, ethics, moral philosophy, and philosophy of mind.
In my free time, I enjoy biking, hiking, fishing, film photography, overthinking, and writing. I also am a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and currently hold a blue belt under Emily Kwok at Princeton Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.