My research focuses on harnessing consumers’ cognitive and affective resources to increase their well-being. Consumers make countless daily decisions in the pursuit of happiness—whether and how to spend or save their money, what and how much to eat, and when and how to help others.
Michael graduated magna cum laude from Muhlenberg College with a BA and honors in Psychology. His research interests include numeracy, affect, motivated cognition, risk literacy, health, and how irrelevant factors influence judgments and decisions.
Director of the Decision Sciences Collaborative, Dr. Ellen Peters, spoke with the Philadelphia Inquirer about innumeracy and health outcomes.
Lee earned her PhD in Urban Planning and Development at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, specializing in examining city policies and individual-level behavioral interventions that can increase sustainable behavior.
Drazen Prelec (MIT) will speak (cosponsored by the DSC).
Todd Hare (University of Zurich) will give a talk sponsor
Molly Crockett (Yale) will give a talk sponsored by Dr.
COMPAS will hold a workshop on “Fake News” (cosponsored b
Michael Neblo (OSU Political Science) will be the DSC’s S
Carol Graham (Brookings Institute) will give the Mershon