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Dr. Dai acquired his Ph.D. degree in cognitive psychology from Indiana University, togheter with a master's degree in applied statistics. After graduating from IU, he joined the Max Planck Institute of Human Development in Berlin as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for Adaptive Rationality. His research is an integration of psychology, mathematics, and economics. It combines mathematical modeling with behavioral experimentation to gain insights into the cognitive processes underlying intertemporal decisions, decisions under risk and uncertainty, and experience-based decisions. More generally, he is interested in behavioral decision making and the application of relevant findings to real-world scenarios from the perspective of behavioral economics. He is also interested in applying state-of-the-art quantitative tools (e.g., Bayesian statistics and machine learning) to solve theoretical and empirical problems.
   

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Psychology of Decision Making, Mathematical Psychology, Behavioral Economics, Applied Statistics

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E-mail:junyidai@zju.edu.cn