Decision making

I am an assistant professor at the Psychological Methods Department (University of Amsterdam) and associate member of the Amsterdam Brain & Cognition Centre. I study the mechanisms that allow people to process information and decide on the optimal course of action. To this aim, I mainly use a combination of mathematical modeling and (neuro-)psychological experimentation. Specific research questions that I currently work on include: "What is the cognitive and neural architecture of decision making under time pressure?”, "How do sequential decision making processes affect each other?", and "How can fundamental decision-making processes be applied to study higher-order cognitive processes?".