Welcome to the Computational Behavioral Science Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. We use computational modeling, behavioral experiments, and large-scale digital data, to study how people think and decide. Although most of us are psychologists and cognitive scientists, we draw inspiration from a wide range of academic disciplines, including statistics, computer science, economics, marketing, and neuroscience. Using interdisciplinary methods applied to diverse experimental and real-world data, we hope to build computational models that can deliberate over and respond to a large variety of everyday problems in a human-like manner. Click here to see our publications.
The lab is directed by Sudeep Bhatia, an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. You can contact him at email@example.com.