Sunhae is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and the director of Social Neuroscience Lab at Pusan National University. She graduated from Seoul National University with a M.A. in biological psychology and a Ph.D. in social psychology in 2010. Upon completing her post-doctoral training in neuroeconomics at the University of Zurich in Switzerland, she worked as a research professor and a post-doctoral researcher at Korea University and at Dartmouth College. Sunhae’s research centers around psychological and neural mechanisms underlying social decision making and moral judgment and the effect of prosocial (and anti-social) behaviors on well-being at both individual and societal levels. She is also interested in individual differences and cultural influences.