Nathaniel Daw

Nathaniel Daw

Nathaniel Daw Professor, Princeton Neuroscience Institute I study how people and animals learn from trial and error (and from rewards and punishments) to make decisions, combining computational, economic, neural, and behavioral perspectives. I...

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Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley Assistant Professor of Psychology  cate@nyu.edu Learning lays the foundation for motivated behavior, enabling us to anticipate and respond adaptively to salient events. Research in my lab focuses on characterizing the diverse...

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Steven Lehrer

Steven Lehrer

Steven Lehrer Associate Professor of Economics Steven Lehrer is an Associate Professor of Economics at NYU Shanghai and a faculty research fellow in the Economics of Education program at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). His...

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Michael S. Landy

Michael S. Landy

Michael S. Landy Professor of Psychology and Neural Science  landy@nyu.edu I have an enduring interest in the use of computational techniques to study human vision. My doctoral dissertation concerned the computer simulation of a neural network...

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Daphna Shohamy

Daphna Shohamy

Daphna Shohamy Associate Professor of Psychology, Columbia University Daphna Shohamy is an associate professor in the department of Psychology at Columbia University and a member of Columbia University’s Kavli Center for Brain Science. Work in...

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Jess Benhabib

Jess Benhabib

Jess Benhabib Paulette Goddard Professor of Political Economy I obtained my Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1976. I have been at NYU since 1980, and I am currently the Paulette Goddard Professor of Political Economy in the Faculty of Arts and...

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Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie The vision scientist David Marr noted that information processing can be understood at three fundamental levels: at the level of functional goal (computational), at the level of representation (algorithmic), and at the level of...

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Laurence T. Maloney

Laurence T. Maloney

Laurence T. Maloney Professor of Psychology and Neural Science In college, at Yale, I majored in mathematics with occasional courses in computer science and automata theory. After graduation, I spent six years as a systems programmer designing...

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Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Director of the Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse at Bellevue Hospital, Clinical Director of the NYU Langone Center of Excellence on Addiction,Director of the NYU Addiction...

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Andrew Caplin

Andrew Caplin

Andrew Caplin ISDM Director,Professor of Economics My Ph.D. at Yale was supervised by Professors William Nordhaus, Herbert Scarf, and James Tobin. The diverse intellectual make-up of the committee reflects my broad combination of interests, which...

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Charles R. Marmar

Charles R. Marmar

Charles R. Marmar Professor of Psychiatry; Director of PTSD Research Program; Chair of the Department of Psychiatry Dr. Marmar is the Lucius N. Littauer Professor, and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry, New York University Langone Medical...

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Andrew Schotter

Andrew Schotter

Andrew Schotter Professor of Economics   Andrew Schotter is a Professor of Economics at New York University. He is also the Director of the Center for Experimental Social Science (C.E.S.S.). His main area of research is in economic theory, game...

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