David Cesarini

David Cesarini

David Cesarini Assistant Professor of Economics I am an assistant professor in the Economics Department’s Center for Experimental Social Science. I am an empirically oriented economist with interests in applied microeconomics, as well as...

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Jay Van Bavel

Jay Van Bavel

Jay Van Bavel Associate Professor of Psychology  jay.vanbavel@nyu.edu Jay Van Bavel is an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University and Director of the Social Perception and Evaluation Laboratory. Jay completed his PhD at the...

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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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Roozbeh Kiani

Roozbeh Kiani

Roozbeh Kiani Assistant Professor of Neural Science When I was studying medicine in Iran I became interested in systems neuroscience, especially how the interaction of neural populations gives rise to perception, cognition, and goal directed...

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Paul Glimcher

Paul Glimcher

Paul Glimcher ISDM Director,Julius Silver Professor of Neural Science, Economics, and Psychology My postdoctoral training was in oculomotor physiology. Working with Prof. David Sparks researching the brainstem and mesencephalic nuclei that...

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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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Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran Associate Professor of Neural Science  bijan@nyu.edu Cerebral cortex contains a mosaic of brain areas that are connected to form distributed networks. In frontal and parietal cortex, these networks are specialized for movements such...

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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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Wei Ji Ma

Wei Ji Ma

Wei Ji Ma Associate Professor of Neural Science and Psychology I started out as a theoretical physicist, before realizing that I wasn’t very good at that and that I found the brain more interesting. Like many physicists, I switched to...

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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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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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Guillaume Frechette

Guillaume Frechette

Guillaume Frechette Professor of Economics My interests revolve around the testing of economic models, mostly having to do with Industrial Organization and Political Economy. This has led me to work on bargaining and infinitely repeated games. I...

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