Curious about we are studying? Below is a list of current research being conducted in the lab. Just click on a link below to learn more!
Some decisions are profound, such deciding what to do when two people are in danger and you can only save one. Other are less profound, but more common, such as deciding who to date. We study how people make these decisions. Click the button below to learn more about this research.
Numbers touch our lives every day in ways we don’t realize. From the weather forecast to understanding health information. Because using and interpreting numbers is critical to navigating the world, we study the cognitive, developmental, and behavioral bases of numerical cognition. Click the button below to learn more about this research.
How do you decide who to date? What do you do when faced with a moral dilemma? When and why will you give to charity? How do you make health decisions? These are all questions that we study in our laboratory. Click the button below to learn more about this research.
We apply our understanding of decision science, numerical cognition, and social cognition to other topics from clinical assessments to art. Click the button below to learn more about this research.