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Eleanor Lieberman

Eleanor Lieberman

Postgraduate Performance Measurement and Evaluation Fellow

Eleanor Lieberman graduated from Harvard College in 2019 with a concentration in psychology and secondary in history of science. Her undergraduate thesis investigated whether games that use cooperation in economic moves and answering trivia questions can reduce outgroup animosity between Republicans and Democrats and reduce partisan bias. At the Harvard Art Museums, Lieberman served on the student board and was the student assistant for the Division of Academic and Public Programming, where she designed communication with students on museum events and opportunities. From 2019 to 2020, Eleanor was an intern at the Amsterdam Cooperation Lab at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she worked on meta-analysis comparing human cooperation worldwide, investigating theories to explain variety in willingness to cooperate in game theory contexts.