As a neuro-economist, my goal is to shed light on the neural underpinnings of cognitive biases and deviations from optimal economic behavior. In doing so, I hope to improve existing economic models and inform policy makers.
More specifically, my work combines experimental and behavioral economics with various methods from neuroscience (including EEG, fMRI and transcranial focused ultrasound) to study the neural
mechanisms underlying social preferences, bounded rationality and self-control.
My research projects seek to bridge the gap between psychology and economics and tackle questions that relate to trust, norm enforcement, decision-making in groups, strategic perspective-taking, and inter-temporal choice.
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