What we do
Decision-making of individuals with depression
We seek to better understand the decision-making of depressed individuals, both in highly consequential decisions, such as decisions about treatment and health, and in everyday decisions. We use tools from the fields of judgment and decision-making and behavior economics to inform our work.
Internet-based resources for depression
Resources to help individuals with depression and other mental health problems are unavailable in most parts of the world. We aim to develop, evaluate, and deploy automated internet-based resources for depression to offer services to individuals in need.
We also do other research that is broadly connected to depression, decisions, and technology, such as suicide, cultural factors in mental health, and healthcare utilization.