I am broadly interested in the cognitive and computational mechanisms of decision-making. My master's research investigated how the monetary rewards and penalties on perceptual decision tasks affect the response strategies that participants select. Currently, I am involved in the 'TrackingMinds' project, which examines whether people can learn to predict the decisions of others and whether this is achieved via Theory of Mind-like simulation mechanisms.
|PhD student at the General Psychology group, University of Hamburg (project TrackingMinds; supervisor: Prof Sebastian Gluth)|
|MScR Psychology, University of Bristol (supervisors: Dr Casimir Ludwig, Dr Gaurav Malhotra)|
|BSc Psychology, University of Bristol|
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