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Research groups

Nadescha Trudel

BSc (Psychology), RMSc (Cognitive and Clinial Neuroscience, Neuroeconomics)

Decisions & Action (Rushworth Lab)

I am a DPhil candidate at the Decision and Action Laboratory with Prof. Matthew Rushworth and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

The general focus of my research is to investigate social decision making and learning in the human brain. By combining computational modelling and neuroimaging approaches, I investigate how uncertainty drives human choices to explore between social and non-social information sources. 

Before starting my PhD at Oxford University, I acquired a Research Master (RMSc) in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience with specialisation in Neuroeconomics at Maastricht University (Netherlands) as well as a BSc in Psychology at Maastricht University.