Samuel McDougle, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Director, Action, Computation, & Thinking (ACT) Lab

McDougle earned his BA in Neuroscience and Behavior from Vassar College in 2009 and his PhD in Neuroscience and Psychology from Princeton University in 2018. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at UC Berkeley, Sam opened the Action, Computation, and Thinking (ACT) Lab in Yale's Department of Psychology in 2020. Sam enjoys playing and performing old-time, folk, and bluegrass music (fiddle and mandolin) and backyard lounging with his partner Kelly and son Leo.

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Samuel McDougle, Photo: Ian Christman