My paper with Xueting Wang on the effect of peer observation on risk and loss aversion was covered in the Australian Financial Review
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Sydney Ideas Covid19 Fear and Anxiety Podcast
The situation around COVID-19 is evolving at an astounding rate. Thinking beyond the physical health ramifications to the mental health, anxiety, communication and sense-making aspects, our panel looks at what’s going on and do their best to make sense of the rapidly shifting series of events.
– Professor Nick Enfield, Department of Linguistics
– Professor Ian Hickie, Brain and Mind Centre
– Dr Claire Hooker, Faculty of Medicine and Health
– Professor Julie Leask, Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery
– Professor Agnieszka Tymula, School of Economics
– Professor Annamarie Jagose (Moderator), Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
2017 Society for Neuroeconomics Early Career Award
Keynote at the 2017 Economic Science Association Meeting in Vienna
Check out my ABC interview on the paper about the effect of light intensity on financial decision-making that I just published with Paul Glimcher in PLoS ONE!
I also talked live to Richelle Hunt and Brian Nankervis on the ABC breakfast show and to Peter Bell on ABC Radio Perth (no recordings unfortunately).
The paper was also covered by ABC Online, NY Post, Business Insider, Yahoo News, and MSN (UK).
Outside the Square – new lecture series for everybody
Hosted by the new Dean of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor Annamarie Jagose, and in collaboration with Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Outside the Square is a new series in which six expert panels will address questions that speak to the heart of what it means to be a person today.
There’ll be drinks. There’ll be catering by the renowned chefs of Spice Ally.
There’ll also be a linguist, a philosopher, a satirist, an economist (HEY, THIS IS ME!), a playwright, a journalist, a teacher, an environmentalist, a technologist, an artistic director, a forensic psychologist, a CEO of happiness, and a social media troll.
Our new Nature Communications paper titled ” Neuroanatomy accounts for age-related changes in risk preferences” gets media attention!
Click the image below to see our research featured on BBC World Newsday!
Find out more at the ABC Radio National interview!
The paper was covered also in: Huffington Post, Guardian UK, Business Insider, Science Daily, Health Canal, and Daily Mail
Raising the bar again!
After huge success last year, we are raising the bar again. On Tuesday 18/10 twenty academics from the University of Sydney across twenty bars in Sydney will talk about their research while you drink and listen. This year I will be talking about neuroeconomics of self-control. More details here: http://www.rtbevent.com/agnieszkatymula
Sydney Alumni Magazine – SAM Heritage
The latest issue of SAM Heritage wrote a nice story about my research on risk-taking. You can find the article, titled “The money or the box”, by clicking here.
Success on Faculty Research Support Scheme – 21,827.95 AUD
We are extremely happy to have received $21,827.95 from the University of Sydney. And yes, I am not joking this is the exact number! Together with Dr. Stefanie Schurer we will use this money to investigate the role of risk and time preferences as well as personality traits in a randomised control trail that assists 400 overweight patients in losing and maintaining healthy weight. We are working on this project with a great team from the Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. Stay tuned for the results!