Abdelaziz studies the psychometric, neural, and physiological underpinnings of decision-making, and perception of (political) outcomes, through behavioral experiments and computational modeling. He uses a range of techniques including eye-tracking, psychometrics, and psychophysiological methods. He received his PhD in economics from Virginia Tech in 2021. His dissertation work focused on investigating systematic deviations in attitudes toward risk across states and individuals, highlighting the integral role of incentives and emotions in the evaluation of risk.
Affiliated Postdoctoral Researcher
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