Office: 368 Brigantia building
Self-funded (inc. agency-funded) projects: Dr. Rauwolf welcomes informal enquiries from prospective PhD students interested in projects related to several aspects of human decision-making and coopeartion, including: decision-making biases, decision-making under uncertainty, social decision-making in cooperative contexts, and misinformation in social media / online outlets. Please submit a draft research proposal (1-2 pages) to the above email address.
Competitive scholarship opportunities available:
A fully-funded studentship is being offered to better understand how individuals learn in uncertain, social environments. This will involve testing how individuals act in various types of social settings when interacting in a social dilemma. Participants will interact with various types of computer partners who will operate with particular social norms. We will manipulate the strategies of the computer partners in the social dilemma to find which kinds of social norms best enable individuals to socially learn how to navigate a collective action problem.
For full information please go to: Fully-funded PhD Studentship: Learning in uncertain and social environments (bangor.ac.uk)