My work examines the cognitive and neural processes that facilitate human decision making.
As of July 2015 I'm an Assistant Professor at
Previously I was a postdoc in
Joe Kable's lab
Penn Psychology department.
Current research interests:
- Neural representation of subjective value and economic utility
- Self-control, persistence, and delay of gratification
- Forming and revising expectations in an uncertain world
- Weighing the cost of mental effort
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