||Doctoral candidate Psychology
Freie Universität Berlin
Berlin School of Mind and Brain
|2018 - 2020||MSc (Cognitive Science),
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
|2015 - 2018||BA (Psychology),
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
My research interests include perceptual and economic decision-making and reward-based learning. I have previously worked on projects investigating the role of counterfactual feedback on economic choices and the role of feedback in social decision making. My doctoral project focuses on how individuals learn and make value-based choices under varying levels of perceptual and reward uncertainty. I am using behavioural and fMRI studies with computational modelling to investigate the same.
Ganesh, P., Nagaraj, N., & Miyapuram, K. (2019, December). Differential role of decision variables on regret in partial and complete feedback conditions. Poster presented at the Sixth Annual conference of the Association for Cognitive Science in India at BITS, Goa, India.
Ganesh, P., Kumar, M., & Dutt, V. (2019, December). How people make mitigation and adaptation decisions against climate change with descriptive or experiential climate information? Poster presented at the Sixth Annual conference of the Association for Cognitive Science in India at BITS, Goa, India.
Ganesh, P. (2019, January). Could inaction inertia explain gambler’s fallacy? Poster presented at the Winter School, 2019 on Bounded Rationality by Max Planck Institute for Human Development at TAPMI, India.
Ganesh, P., & Raipancholia R. (2018, January). Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Spirituality at Workplace. Presented at the Silver Jubilee Conference of the Bombay Psychological Association, Mumbai, India.
Ganesh, P., Nerurkar, N., & Raipancholia, R. (2017, January) Work-Family conflict in Indian women. Presented at the 24th annual conference of the Bombay Psychological Association, Mumbai, India.