last updated: 8/02/2023

How do we process and compare different types of rewards and experiences? How do we trust other people and cooperate in group settings? Why do these decisions go awry in some people but not others? Our laboratory investigates the neural mechanisms that underlie responses to social and economic incentives and how those responses influence our decisions. To understand the mechanistic links between incentives and our behavior, we utilize an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating perspectives from neuroscience, psychology, and economics.

Please peruse our website to find out more information about who we are and what we do. You can also learn more about opportunities for participating in our research studies or joining our lab.

You can also find the Neuroeconomics Lab on GitHub, Twitter, and the Open Science Framework.


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