Neuroeconomics and Human Development Group

Decision making is a core aspect of human behaviors and the ability to make good choices is necessary for personal health and happiness as well as the efficient functioning of society as a whole. Our goal is to understand the neural mechanisms of decision making in healthy, typical populations as well as how these processes become dysfunctional in specific behavioral disorders and pathophysiologies.

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Group Members

Todd Hare Group Leader
Ana Cubillo Postdoctoral Fellow
Micah Edelson Postdoctoral Fellow
Sherry Dongqi Bao Doctoral Student
Anna Deréky Doctoral Student
Susanna Gobbi Doctoral Student
Jonathan Schaffner Doctoral Student