My research interests reside in the cognitive neuroscience of decision making and behavioural economics. I am especially intrigued to get a deeper insight into value learning and intertemporal choice. My PhD project utilises EEG and pupillometry to investigate reward and value learning. My undergraduate dissertation focused on the role of visceral factors in sugar consumption and my Master’s thesis examined the Foreign Language effect in fairness decisions.
Office: 659 Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology
Tel: 0141 330 4663
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