aims to incorporate scientific insights on human behavior into the economic analysis of individual decision making, strategic interactions, and performance of financial markets.
Cognitive & Brain Science
includes the study of sensation, perception, learning, memory, language, reasoning, and judgment, as well as the study of brain development, functioning, and neural substrates of behavior.
Decision Marketing & Management Sciences
are concerned with how individuals and groups make judgments and choices, incorporating a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including economics, management, marketing, psychology, and statistics.
is the study of organizational processes, structures, and strategies, including understanding how groups of organization members behave. This research draws on a number of fields, including human resources management, industrial and organizational psychology, organizational behavior, organizational communication, organizational sociology, organizational theory social psychology, and strategic management.
investigates the theory and practice of politics with regard to political systems, behavior, and culture; it draws on theory and methods from numerous disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, economics, and psychology.
investigates social behavior and individual behavior in a social context, including such topics as aggression, attitudes, attribution theory, group processes, interpersonal processes, prejudice and discrimination, self concept, social cognition, social influence, and stereotypes.
researchers study social life, social change, and the social roots of and implications for human behavior, with a focus on the structures of groups, organizations, and societies.