Caleb is an undergraduate at Yale University studying cognitive science with a concentration in neuroeconomics. He is interested in decision-making under risk, under uncertainty, and in social contexts. He also studies the neural correlates of decisions and rewards. Caleb hopes to apply behavioral science to the design and administration of private and public goods.
“500+ Connections”: Inundation, Addiction, and Delusion in Social and Professional Networking
Our favorite networks are constantly nudging us to expand our circles of interaction. Scientifically speaking, just how big can our networks get?