Our lab is currently recruiting enthusiastic undergraduates - contact us!
Our lab views behavior as the output of statistical decisions. This view separates behavior into two components. The first is learning as a statistical inference problem: How do we estimate and summarize the statistical regularities in our world? The second is decision making: How do we exploit these regularities in a way that maximizes value?
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Postdoc in Neuroeconomics, 2015
New York University
PhD in Experimental Psychology, 2012
MSc in Experimental Psychology, 2009
BA in History, 2007
Our lab is currently looking for enthusiastic undergraduates interested in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, economics, mathematics, or computer science!
Contact us if you’re interested.
Allison Sharkey ·
Barbara Donskoy ·
Cherie Doan · Derya Sari · Emma Benson-Xu
Gabbi LaBorwit · Jeff Bergman · Kathleen Early
Madison Cooney · Mara Vinnik · Maxwell Kane
Sarah Hayakawa · Thomas Conroy · Todd Nentwig
This semester (Fall 2017):
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