I am a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford, where I work on characterizing how humans trade off risk and reward across the many domains in which we make decisions. 

Broadly, I'm interested in the cognitive mechanisms and the neural structures that support our decision-making abilities - whether they are part of choice itself or support it (e.g., sensing, judgment, reasoning, learning). I am also interested in what makes a good choice (optimality/ rationality) and how good people are at making decisions. 

To explore these topics, I use psychophysics, behavioural methods, computational modelling, eye-tracking and neuroimaging.

Last updated: 01 10 2015