My work examines the cognitive and neural processes that contribute to human decision making.
I'm a postdoc in
Joe Kable's lab
Penn Psychology department.
Current research interests:
- Neural representation of subjective value and economic utility
- Self-control and persistence
- Forming and revising expectations in an uncertain world
- Weighing the cost of mental effort
See Publications for more information.
Google Scholar profile
Recent New York Times coverage of our work on persistence and delay of gratification (Nov. 17, 2013).
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