Colin Camerer – Caltech
Colin Camerer is the Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance Economics and Executive Officer for the Social Sciences at the California Institute of Technology, where he teaches cognitive psychology and economics. Colin is a pioneer in behavioral economics and neuroeconomics. He is interested in how psychological forces and their deeper neuroscientific foundation influence economic decisions. Prior to working at Caltech, Colin worked at Kellogg, Wharton, and the University of Chicago. Read more.
Dana Carney – Berkeley
Dana Carney is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkley, Haas School of Business. Her research focuses on the processes involved in rapid social judgment and decision, such as the role of nonverbal cues and how these cues are utilized to help people understand and make judgments about others. Read more.
Craig Fox – UCLA
Craig Fox is the Harold Williams Chair in Management at the UCLA Anderson School and Co-Director of the UCLA Interdisciplinary Research Group in Behavioral Decision Making. He is currently on the editorial boards of the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making and Judgment and Decision Making. His research is aimed at investigating the impact of uncertainty in decision making, specifically in sampled experience, probabilistic beliefs, and risk and ambiguity preferences in governing such choices Read more.
Cary Frydman – USC
Cary Frydman is an Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. Cary is an economist whose research interests are in behavioral finance, neurofinance, and household finance. His research aims to better understand investor behavior and financial decision-making by combining empirical methods from neuroscience with theoretical concepts. Recently, his research has been exploring the disposition effect and the role it plays in buying and selling stocks. Read more.
Cendri Hutcherson – Toronto
Cendri Hutcherson is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto and director of the Decision Neuroscience Laboratory. After earning degrees from Harvard and Stanford, she spent several years at the California Institute of Technology studying Neuroeconomics. Some of her research interests include the affective and cognitive influences on decision making and the interaction of controlled and automatic processes in social behavior. Read more.
Ian Krajbich – OSU
Ian Krajbich is an Assistant Professor at Ohio State University where he leads their Neuroeconomics Lab, and is also a board member of the Society for NeuroEconomics. His lab investigates the effect of attention on decision-making, using novel modeling to predict behavior, and a variety of techniques to investigate the neural basis of the models. Read more.
Dino Levy – Tel Aviv University
Dino Levy is an Assistant Professor and head of the Neuroeconomics and Neuromarketing lab at Tel Aviv University. Earning degrees in economics, psychobiology, and neurobiology, Dr. Levy’s current focus is on the ‘common currency network’ that integrates brain systems involved in making different kinds of decisions by setting a common scale for evaluating different alternatives for action. Read more.
Wendy Berry Mendes – UCSF
Wendy Berry Mendes leads the Emotion, Health, and Psychophysiology Lab at UC San Francisco, where she is the Sarlo/Ekman Professor of Emotion. Previously the John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Social Sciences at Harvard University, she helped author Social Psychophysiology for Social and Personality Psychology. Her research questions sit at the intersection of social, personality, and biological psychology, including exploring the effects of stress on decision-making, affect contagion, and more. Read more.