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Decision-making and Rationality

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Decisions are at the heart of all complex human behaviour and are shaped by the information available, knowledge and the behavioural goal. We use a wide range of experimental methods including eye-tracking, person tracking and virtual reality and we test both adults and children.

This experimental work is supported by a particular strength in computational and mathematical modeling. Our research aims to discover the fundamental processes of decision-making which have an impact in a number of applied settings.

Areas of current focus

  • Selecting the appropriate movement response
  • How properties of the environment shape decisions
  • Structuring the world to facilitate good decisions
  • Food choice and dietary decisions
  • The origins of supernatural beliefs

The Decision-making and Rationality research theme consists of the following research group: