Behavioral decision making
faculty affiliates

 

Faculty Affiliates

Laura Brandimarte

Laura Brandimarte

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems

Areas of Expertise
  • Privacy and behavioral economics
Martin Dufwenberg

Martin Dufwenberg

Economics Department Head

Eller Professor of Economics

Director, Institute for Behavioral Economics

Areas of Expertise
  • Game theory
  • Experiments
  • Behavioral economics
Anastasiya Pocheptsova

Anastasiya Pocheptsova Ghosh

Associate Professor of Marketing

Areas of Expertise
  • Consumer self-control
  • Financial decision making
  • Online reviews
  • Affect in judgments
Tamar Kugler

Tamar Kugler

Associate Professor of Management and Organizations

Eller Fellow

Areas of Expertise
  • Interactive decision making
  • Emotions and decision making
  • Inter-group conflict
  • Group decision making
  • Trust

Charles Noussair

Eller Professor of Economics

Director, Economic Science Laboratory

Areas of Expertise
  • Experimental economics
Martin Reimann

Martin Reimann

Associate Professor of Marketing

Associate Professor of Cognitive Science (by courtesy)

Areas of Expertise
  • Experience theory
  • Close relationships
  • Product design
  • Affect
  • Neurophysiological explanations of consumer behavior
  • Data triangulation and response accuracy
Julian Romero

Julian Romero

Assistant Professor of Economics

Areas of Expertise
  • Game theory
  • Experimental economics
Jennifer Savary

Jennifer Savary

Assistant Professor of Marketing

Areas of Expertise
  • Consumer psychology
  • Motivation and goals
  • Self-signaling
Oliver Schilke

Oliver Schilke

Associate Professor of Management and Organizations

Assistant Professor of Sociology (by courtesy)

Areas of Expertise
  • Trust
  • Organizational routines/capabilities
  • Institutional theory
  • Social cognition
  • Collaborations (including strategic alliances)
Joseph (Joe) Valacich

Joseph Valacich

Eller Professor of Management Information Systems

Areas of Expertise
  • Deception and fraud detection
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Cybersecurity
  • Technology-mediated group decision making

Robert Wilson

Assistant Professor, Cognition/Neural Systems

Director, Neuroscience of Reinforcement Learning Lab

Areas of Expertise
  • The neural basis of curiosity
  • The role of randomness in learning and decision making
  • Theoretical and computational modeling of cognition