Michael Creane is a fifth year doctoral student in Human Development and Education at the University of California, Berkeley. Michael was graduated from the University of Connecticut with his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2008. He then received his Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Quinnipiac University in 2011. He is a certified high school Social Studies teacher. Prior to attending Berkeley, Michael performed a variety of research including post videogame hostility, clausal analysis of children’s retellings of silent films, and reciprocal peer tutoring among students with Autism and Asperger’s Syndromes. He is currently working as the Data Manager on a research project with Dr. Larry Nucci involving domain based moral education outcomes over the course of a full year of teaching and presented the student outcomes at both the AERA and Jean Piaget Society conferences this year. He is engaged in research with Dr. Elliot Turiel examining individuals’ conceptions of inequality, injustice, and fairness and developmental changes in the conception and endorsement of deception in situations where information and intentions are maintained privately.