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- Professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences
- Cognitive, Perceptual & Brain Sciences
- Div of Psychology & Language Sciences
- Faculty of Brain Sciences
I was born in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. I did my undergrad studies at Brown University, studying cognitive psychology, mathematics, and computer science. I got my Ph.D. at Northwestern University and went on to take a faculty position at University of Texas at Austin, remaining there for 12.5 years. Late in 2011, I left my professorship at Texas to relocate to UCL.
My lab's research centers around human learning and decision making. Most of my work involves behavioural experiments and formal modelling approaches. Lately, I have become interested in using these cognitive models to analyse fMRI data. Recent work in the lab in sequential learning and dynamic decision making has led to cognitively motivated human computer interactions systems that learn to anticipate a human's information needs. We have a number of other interdisciplinary projects underway, ranging from agent-based traffic modelling to improving educational deliver.
Please visit bradlove.org to see a listing of courses that I have previously taught. Currently, I am contributing to the CoDeS MSc program and to undergraduate seminars.
|1999||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy||Northwestern University|
|1995||BSc||Bachelor of Science||Brown University|