Samantha Moore-Berg is an Assistant Professor at the University of Utah. She was previously the Emile Bruneau Postdoctoral Fellow and the director of the Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania.
Samantha is a renowned researcher whose work is highly regarded in the academic community. Her research has been published in several top-tier academic journals such as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Perspectives on Psychological Science, and Social Psychology and Personality Science. In addition to academic publications, her work has also been featured in numerous news outlets including The New York Times, NPR, and The Boston Globe.
Her exceptional work has been recognized with the prestigious top paper award by the International Communication Association. Moore-Berg’s research focuses on assessing and intervening in conflicts arising from political polarization. Her work takes her across the globe to study the causes of political polarization and develop interventions to mitigate its negative effects.
Moore-Berg’s contributions to the field have been invaluable, and her research continues to shape the way we approach political polarization and conflict resolution.