A New York Times article by Cass Sunstein and Tali Sharot.
The ABL will be taking on PhD & MSc students in September 2018. Preference for students with a degree in psychology, neuroscience, biology or computer science. To apply send a short email with your CV to affective.brain (at) gmail.com
New paper exploring the decision to delegate a decision to someone else published.
(The intrinsic value of choice: The propensity to under-delegate in the face of potential gains and losses.)
New paper exploring how the brain adapts to dishonesty.
Ranked #1 (at time of publication) out of all Nature Neuroscience articles ever (~3K) to be tracked on the Altmetric Score measuring quality and quantity of online attention.
New paper exploring asymmetric belief updating for everyday life events.
New paper published in Psychological Science examines how feelings are transformed into decisions when we make choices.
New opinion piece, published in Trends in Cognitive Sciences. Forming Beliefs: Why Valence Matters.
New paper, published in Journal of Neuroscience, examining frontal–subcortical circuity associated with asymmetric belief updating.
New paper, published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience examining how beliefs about self-creation inflate value in the human brain.