Finance Professor Speaks About Investor Decision-Making at Decision Neuroscience Conference at MIT
May 29, 2015
Milica Mormann, assistant research professor of finance, presented current research that tracks and analyzes people's eye-movements as they look at stock charts and make trading decisions at the MIT Decision Neuroscience Conference. Held at MIT's Sloan School of Management on May 15-16, the conference brought together leading scholars and industry experts from across the globe to discuss how neuro-methods can improve our understanding of human decision-making across a range of contexts.
Mormann is organizing a related event, the annual Consumer Neuroscience Symposium, on September 24 at the School of Business. The first symposium was held last October.