Neural mechanisms of decision making
I am a DPhil candidate in experimental psychology, supervised by Prof. Matthew Rushworth. I am interested in understanding how the brain makes decisions. My research aims to gain insights into the computational and neurobiological processes that guide people's choices. I am particularly intrigued by how visual attention, working memory, and social information affect decision-making. My research uses eye-tracking, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and computational modelling.
How celebrity status and gaze direction in ads drive visual attention to shape consumer decisions
D'Ambrogio S. et al, (2022), Psychology & Marketing
The globalizability of temporal discounting.
Ruggeri K. et al, (2022), Nat Hum Behav