Ian Krajbich, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Behavioral and Social Neuroscience California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Area:
Neuroeconomics
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Parents

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Antonio Rangel grad student 2011 Caltech
 (Neurometrically informed mechanism design and the role of visual fixations in simple choice.)

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Rafael Polania collaborator 2012-
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Oud B, Krajbich I, Miller K, et al. (2016) Irrational time allocation in decision-making. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
Krajbich I, Hare T, Bartling B, et al. (2015) A Common Mechanism Underlying Food Choice and Social Decisions. Plos Computational Biology. 11: e1004371
Krajbich I, Dean M. (2015) How can neuroscience inform economics? Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 5: 51-57
Chumbley JR, Krajbich I, Engelmann JB, et al. (2014) Endogenous cortisol predicts decreased loss aversion in young men. Psychological Science. 25: 2102-5
Polanía R, Krajbich I, Grueschow M, et al. (2014) Neural oscillations and synchronization differentially support evidence accumulation in perceptual and value-based decision making. Neuron. 82: 709-20
Krajbich I, Oud B, Fehr E. (2014) Benefits of neuroeconomic modeling: New policy interventions and predictors of preference American Economic Review. 104: 501-506
Fehr E, Krajbich I. (2013) Social Preferences and the Brain Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain: Second Edition. 193-218
Krajbich I, Lu D, Camerer C, et al. (2012) The attentional drift-diffusion model extends to simple purchasing decisions. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 193
Wang S, Krajbich I, Adolphs R, et al. (2012) The role of risk aversion in non-conscious decision making. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 50
Krajbich I, Rangel A. (2011) Multialternative drift-diffusion model predicts the relationship between visual fixations and choice in value-based decisions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 13852-7
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