Kabir Khanna is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Politics. His research interests are in political psychology, public opinion, representation and survey methodology. His dissertation focuses on public perceptions of the economy and other factual beliefs. Before graduate school, Kabir worked as a research analyst at Westat, conducting federally commissioned surveys on the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy, employee engagement, and health care quality. He holds a B.A. in Human Biology and M.A. in Psychology from Stanford University.