My research focus is in the emerging field of Neuroeconomics drawing from behavioral economics, game theory, cognitive sciences and neuroimaging. During my PhD, I used fMRI to investigate how the human brain encodes social learning signals: regret/fictive learning as well as reputational priors during trust-based financial interactions. My current work involves multimodal functional neuroimaging techniques (EEG/fMRI) to identify the spatiotemporal characteristics of 1) prediction error processing and 2) preference-based (also named value-based) decision making.
Office: 520 Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Tel: 0141 330 4663
We aim to share data and code for a number of our ongoing experiments and recently published work
Discover our research interests and our lab’s general research methodology in multimodal brain imaging
Read our research publications appearing in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters and conference proceedings