Oxford Martin Research Fellow
I am an experimental social psychologist. Before I became a Research Fellow / Principal Investigator at Oxford in mid-2015, I completed a 3-year-PostDoc (Oxford & Delft), a 3-year-PhD (Göttingen), and a BSc/MSc (Munich) in psychology.
With collaborators from psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience, I investigate cooperation and helping, as well as cognitive enhancement. I mainly use behavioural experiments, but also normative analyses and neuroscientific tools.
For more information, please visit my personal website.
Sleep Deprivation Impairs and Caffeine Enhances My Performance, but Not Always Our Performance.
Faber NS. et al, (2017), Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 21, 3 - 28
Sleep Deprivation and Advice Taking.
Häusser JA. et al, (2016), Sci Rep, 6
Why less praise for enhanced performance? Moving beyond responsibility-shifting, authenticity, and cheating to a nature of activities approach (IN PRESS)
Santoni de Sio F. et al, (2016), Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives
Why is Cognitive Enhancement Deemed Unacceptable? The Role of Fairness, Deservingness, and Hollow Achievements.
Faber NS. et al, (2016), Front Psychol, 7
Reputational concerns as a general determinant of group functioning.
Faber NS. et al, (2016), Behav Brain Sci, 39