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- Professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences
- Experimental Psychology
- Div of Psychology & Lang Sciences
- Faculty of Brain Sciences
My undergraduates studies were completed at Brown University in cognitive psychology, mathematics, and computer science. I received my PhD from Northwestern University and then took an academic staff position at University of Texas at Austin, eventually being promoted to Professor. Late in 2011, I relocated to UCL.
My lab's research centers around human learning and decision making. Methods include behavioural, computational modelling and simulation, brain imaging, eye tracking, genetics, real-world (e.g., consumer choice), group decision making, facial EMG, SCR, developmental, ageing, and big data approaches.
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 – Cognitive Psychology||Northwestern University|
|1995||BSc||Bachelor of Science – Cognitive Science||Brown University|