Jian Li

Jian Li

Jian Li Assistant Professor of Psychology, IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Peking University My research interests evolve around the questions regarding human affective learning (reward and punishment) and decision-making. More...

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Agnieszka Tymula

Agnieszka Tymula

Agnieszka Tymula Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney  agnieszka.tymula@sydney.edu.au My research goal is to improve scientific understanding of how individuals make decisions. In my work I pose questions that cross traditional boundaries...

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Yael Niv

Yael Niv

Yael Niv Associate Professor, Princeton Neuroscience Institute Research in the Niv lab focuses on the neural and computational processes underlying reinforcement learning and decision-making — the ongoing day-to-day processes by which we learn...

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Ernst Fehr

Ernst Fehr

Ernst Fehr Professor of Economics and Director of UBS International Economics, University of Zurich   Ernst Fehr is a global distinguished visiting professor here at NYU. Ernst visits NYU for 6 weeks out of the academic year. When not at NYU...

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Mauricio Delgado

Mauricio Delgado

Mauricio Delgado Associate Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University- Newark Mauricio Delgado is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University-Newark.  He is the Director of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab and the...

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Thomas LoFaro

Thomas LoFaro

Thomas LoFaro Clifford M. Swanson Professor of Mathematics, Gustavus Adolphus College   Tom is the Clifford M. Swanson Professor of Mathematics at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota. He became interested in the application of...

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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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Ifat Levy

Ifat Levy

Ifat Levy Assistant Professor of Comparative Medicine and Neurobiology  ifat.levy@yale.edu My lab studies the neural mechanisms underlying decision-making in humans, individual differences in these mechanisms, and the possible contribution of...

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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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Dino Levy

Dino Levy Assistant Professor, Recanati Business School, Tel-Aviv University  dinolevy@post.tau.ac.il  https://dinolevylab.tau.ac.il/ I am an assistant professor at Recanati Business School, Tel-Aviv University and the head of the Neuroeconomics...

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Shih-Wei Wu

Shih-Wei Wu

Shih-Wei Wu Associate Professor, National Yang-Ming University   As a graduate student at NYU, I worked with Larry Maloney on modeling how humans plan movements under risk and uncertainty. Intrigued by many results that reported near-optimal...

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Aristides A.N. Patrinos

Aristides A.N. Patrinos

Aristides A.N. Patrinos Chief Scientist and Director of Research, NOVIM  aap11@nyu.edu Aristides A.N. Patrinos, Ph.D., is the Chief Scientist and Director of Research at NOVIM. Previously, he was the Deputy Director for Research of the Center for...

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