• Position
  • Assistant professor of Psychological Methods
  • Field of interest
  • Mathematical modeling and (neuro-) psychological experimentation
  • Institute
  • Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam

Multiple-choice decision making

How do people make multiple-choice perceptual decisions in a noisy environment? That is the core question of my postdoctoral research project. In the project we will test the ability of mathematical models of decision-making to capture the behavioral consequences involved when the number of response alternatives increases. In turn, these models will inform and constrain analysis of fMRI data.