Gus Cooney

Gus Cooney

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology
Gus Cooney

Gus Cooney is a graduate of Boston University where he studied philosophy. His broad interests in contemporary moral and political philosophy led him to spend a great deal of time thinking about well-being. At present, he is a research assistant in Daniel Gilbert’s hedonic psychology lab at Harvard University. Gus’s primary research interest is happiness and he is currently looking for new ways to collect and analyze data in the attempt to find out what makes for a good life.

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