Posts by bmmlab

Train your brain

Train your brain

Train your brain to become a better trader: Find out how fundamental research at the intersection of finance and neuroscience...

Why we become more cautious with age

Why we become more cautious with age

Why do we become more cautious with age? Research has documented that older people tend to take less risk. New...

Emerging insights into the way we choose

Emerging insights into the way we choose

Podcast: Decision science researcher Professor Peter Bossaerts argues that investigating brain activity as we make decisions is generating new insights...

What happens when you cross an economist with a neuroscientist?

What happens when you cross an economist with a neuroscientist?

What happens when you cross an economist with a neuroscientist? Peter Bossaerts was recently interviewed about his research investigating the...

Contagion through observing others’ risk preferences

Contagion through observing others’ risk preferences

How does risk-taking spread? A recent study published in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of...

How do humans respond to outliers?

How do humans respond to outliers?

New research in the Department looks at how humans respond to so-called outliers, major changes in the environment such as...

Does your biology affect your decision to buy a house?

Does your biology affect your decision to buy a house?

Does your biology affect your decision to buy a house? Find out how economists collaborate with neuroscientists at The University...

A minute with Peter Bossaerts

A minute with Peter Bossaerts

A minute with Peter Bossaerts – Interview with Algorithmic Finance about the past, present and future of research in finance....

From rational choice to decision neuroscience

From rational choice to decision neuroscience

From rational choice to decision neuroscience – The ascent of biology in decision-making research. New article by Peter Bossaerts and...

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