Presented at TEDxSydney on Wednesday 25 May, 2016.

Very glad that my TED talk was so well received! Thanks so much to the audience for being so enthusiastic and lively, it was a very enjoyable experience :-)

Among the numerous questions that I got after the talk, there was a lot of inquiries as to whether I advise regulators and companies, using the insights from my research.

The answer is YES, but in a very special way. My role is limited to an academic one: I focus on my research and on communicating my findings as well as I can, which occupies 100% of my time, so no time for consulting. But it turns out I have a second brain—and a Spock-style one :-) : My husband is a behavioral scientist consulting with a wide range of organizations.
He’s been helping me a lot design my experiments and think about the implications of my research. In his advice to his clients worldwide, he has been transforming the insights from my experimental findings into actionable knowledge.

So if you want to work into applying my research into the financial industry, as there has been a lot of interest for that lately, you should contact him directly:

  • Alfie Arcidiacono

    PS: I was there to see your talk, and I am very interested in this subject from a behavioral and neuroscience point of view, and without doubt one of the most interesting, engaging and thoughtful presentations with great energy, passion and humor! Well done and thank you. I have just got onto your sight, and will endeavour to read some of your published papers. Alfie Arcidiacono