BA, MSc, DPhil
Postdoctoral Research Associate
I'm a postdoc in Matthew Rushworth's group. In my research I examine how rewards are being used to guide decisions. I study this process by devising tasks during which participants make choices and receive rewards depending on how good their choices are. I then build computational models to explain the participants' behaviour, and link variables of these models to neural activity.
I finished my DPhil in 2022. Projects I worked on during my DPhil include examining how different kinds of surprises are represented in the brain, how risk-preferences are formed, and how the brain decides to explore alternative options.
An association between prediction errors and risk-seeking: Theory and behavioral evidence.
Moeller M. et al, (2021), PLoS Comput Biol, 17
Multiple systems in macaques for tracking prediction errors and other types of surprise.
Grohn J. et al, (2020), PLoS Biol, 18
Cultural effects on computational metrics of spatial and temporal context.
Wright ND. et al, (2018), Sci Rep, 8
A note on empathy in games
Grohn J. et al, (2014), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 108, 383 - 388