Kellen Mrkva is a postdoctoral research scientist at the Center for Decision Sciences. His research examines how people prioritize their money and time, and prioritize among different goals, attributes, and values. He studies judgment and decision making within many contexts, including in the contexts of consumer spending, budgeting, risk perception, charitable giving, and retirement.
Personal Research Webpage: https://kellenmrkva.wordpress.com/
Antonia is a decision scientist with a strong interest in computational models of cognition. She uses computational models to understand and predict phenomena such as cueing effects in decision making and sequential choices effects, for instance. Antonia also studies computation models and applied research practices in the cognitive and social sciences, in order to identify common pitfalls, and ultimately improve the validity and reliability of published results.