Aaron Kozloff is a recent psychology graduate of Oberlin College, intrigued and excited by using social psychology to motivate positive behavior change. He currently works as assistant project manager and reporter for International Pharmaceutical Quality. He is also a freelance consultant for research, development, and implementation of behavior change programs. He avidly reads psychology journals and follows the news from the Greater Good Science Center out of University of California Berkeley. He has lived in the D.C. area most of his life, though currently lives in Oberlin, Ohio. In his free time he practices parkour, plays ultimate frisbee, and hosts potluck dinners.
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Oberlin researchers hope to change the public’s personal habits by offering tools to help track resource use in buildings and cities.