KS Tey graduated from the University of Southern California in 2016 with a double major with honors in psychology and philosophy. At USC, he worked in multiple social psychology and organizational behavior laboratories. He has experience with a variety of studies, involving morality, guilt-proneness, authenticity, social loafing, anthropomorphism, social class, and gender. Now working full time at the Behavioral Lab, he helps faculty members and graduate students on their projects in organizational behavior and behavioral marketing. In the near future, he plans to pursue graduate school where he aspires to investigate decision-making as well as the cognitive biases associated with it, primarily in the moral domain.