Sherry Jueyu Wu

Sherry Jueyu Wu is a fourth year graduate student in Psychology and Social Policy at Princeton University, under supervision of Professors Betsy Levy Paluck and Eldar Shafir. Her research is concerned with understanding group dynamics and behavioral change, including worker productivity and work engagement, long term impacts of group interventions, and individual judgment and decision making. Sherry designed and assessed the effectiveness of a behavioral intervention for reducing factory workers’ littering behavior in a multinational firm in China. She is interested in applying insights from behavioral sciences to understand people’s attitudes and behavioral patterns toward environmental issues. Sherry received her B.A. in psychology and economics with the highest honor from University of Virginia in 2013.