Monica Capra

PhD in Economics
From University of Virginia, Charlottesville

LOCATION  Harper East 214
PHONE  (909) 607 - 3372


Teaching & Research Interests

My areas of interest are Experimental and Behavioral Economics. Put broadly, I use laboratory experiments to study decision making in economic environments. One of my interests is decision processes. In interdisciplinary collaborative projects, I use fMRI technology to study brain activation in an effort to better understand the process of choice. This area of research is called Neuroeconomics.

I am also interested in developing laboratory environments that would be useful for policy.


Curriculum Vitae
 319  Applications of Psychology & Economics

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