Before joining the conflict-cooperation lab at the unit Social- Economic and Organisational Psychology, Andrea completed her MSc in Neuroeconomics at Maastricht University and a Master of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.
Andrea is a social neuroscientist interested in the neural underpinnings of inter- and intra-group conflict. She uses behavioral as well as fMRI techniques to answer questions related to the nature of human cooperation. Andrea is interested in social decision-making, how our preferences for others develop and change depending on our environment, and how these insights can be applied to real world policy issues.
- Dancker Daamen Award for Best Poster at the ASPO Conference, 2018
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