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SEF summer school on experimental finance

SEF summer school on experimental finance

Peter Bossaerts co-organised the Experimental Finance Summer School 2017 at Université Sophia Antipolis in Nice, which took place on 11-12...

Do we choose what we like, or do we like what we choose?

Do we choose what we like, or do we like what we choose?

A new article by Katharina Voigt, Stefan Bode (Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences) and Carsten Murawski (Brain, Mind & Markets...

Social networks and the adolescent brain: implications for mental health

Social networks and the adolescent brain: implications for mental health

A new article by Alex Fornito and Michelle Lamblin (Brain and Mental Health Lab, Monash University), Sarah Whittle (Melbourne Neuropsychiatry...

Information session for Honours in Finance students

Information session for Honours in Finance students

We are holding an information session for current Honours in Finance students about research opportunities in our lab. The session...

The Efficient Markets Hypothesis does not hold when securities valuation is computationally hard

The Efficient Markets Hypothesis does not hold when securities valuation is computationally hard

A new study by the Brain, Mind & Markets Lab investigated the link between the ‘hardness’ of securities valuation and market efficiency....

Kinsman Studentship award to Shireen Tang

Kinsman Studentship award to Shireen Tang

Congratulations to Shireen Tang, Honours student in the Brain, Mind & Markets Lab, who has been awarded a prestigious The University...

New study investigates link between calorie consumption and impulsivity

New study investigates link between calorie consumption and impulsivity

A new study by PhD student Bowen Fung, Stefan Bode (both are in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences) and...

Experimental Finance Summer School 2017

Experimental Finance Summer School 2017

The Brain, Mind & Markets Lab will be co-organising the first Experimental Finance Summer School, to be held at the...

Arrowhead 10 years on

Arrowhead 10 years on

Arrowhead 10 years on: The Brain, Mind & Markets Laboratory is proud to be a co-sponsor of the Arrowhead 10 years...

Public event: Human and machine judgement and interaction

Public event: Human and machine judgement and interaction

Please join us for a discussion of human and machine judgement and interaction with a panel of computer scientists, economists,...

Video: Mind on the markets

Video: Mind on the markets

In October 2016, Professor Read Montague (Virginia Tech) gave a public lecture at The University of Melbourne titled “Mind on...

Congratulations to Elizabeth Bowman

Congratulations to Elizabeth Bowman

Congratulations to Elizabeth Bowman, postdoc in the Brain, Mind and Markets Lab, who has been awarded an Early Career Researcher...

Media release: What can we learn from computers about problem solving

Media release: What can we learn from computers about problem solving

Media release: What we can learn from computers about solving problems (and what they can learn from us) [for immediate release]...

Use of smart drugs in the finance industry – Survey

Use of smart drugs in the finance industry – Survey

Survey aims for first look at use of “smart drugs” in finance industry: A new survey by the Brain, Minds...

New inter-disciplinary PhD program in decision sciences

New inter-disciplinary PhD program in decision sciences

New inter-disciplinary PhD program in decision sciences: In July 2017, we will be launching a new PhD program in experimental...

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...

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