Cognitive Modeling, Computational Social Science, Human and Machine Learning
Erin is a doctoral student in Cognitive Decision Science and a member of the Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory. She is interested in how humans learn and make sequential decisions from experience. To study this, she builds computational cognitive models of human decision making and uses behavioral experimentation, in combination with insights from cognitive science and artificial intelligence. Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Statistics and Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Decision Sciences from Brown University.