Ursa Bernardic

161028_sloanneuroeconomicslab_final_hires-7363I am a visiting scholar at the Sloan Neuroeconomics Lab as part of my second year of research in my Master’s of Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Behavioral Neuroscience) program at the University of Amsterdam.  Before joining MIT, I was doing an internship about the role of value-normalization in preference instability under the supervision of Dr. Maël Lebreton.  I have a range of personal and academic interests in understanding the foundations of human and animal (often irrational) behavior, combining knowledge from neuroscience, economics, biology, and psychology.


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