I got my PhD. in social psychology from the University of Bordeaux and the University of Sarajevo. During that time I was lucky to have two great supervisors: Dr. François Ric and Dr. Saša Drače. I looked at how multiple affective reactions impact people's choices and after three years I have a "Dr." in front of my name (It still surprises me when I see it). Currently, I'm doing a post-doc at the Human Performance Management group at the Eindhoven University of Technology with Dr. Philippe van de Calseyde, where I study how people evaluate advice and predictions generated by algorithms.
My chosen field of study is judgment and decision making. I try to understand how we make the choices we make, what are the factors that can impact our judgments, how we evaluate risks, and a host of other decision-making phenomena.
I'm into open-science and methodology, often questioning everything, which seriously cuts into my free time.
I listen to a lot of music and I pretend that I know something about it. I also like to ski, politics (to my detriment), black tea, silly puns, and you know that feeling when a song's tempo and rhythm aligns with how you are walking/cycling/whatever - yeah that, love it.
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