Our research in Neuroeconomics and Neurofinance focuses on decision making under uncertainty. This highly interdisciplinary work covers theoretical and experimental aspects of decision making and risk taking and unites neuroscience, financial economics, computational neuroscience and psychology. We primarily employ behavioral studies, computational modelling and functional MRI to study how humans make (financial) decisions in an uncertain world.
Anterior insula reflects surprise in value-based decision-making and perception.
One-shot learning and behavioral eligibility traces in sequential decision making.
Balancing New against Old Information: The Role of Puzzlement Surprise in Learning.
Apathy and noradrenaline: silent partners to mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease?
Geneva Finance Research Institute
Faculté d’économie et de management
Université de Genève