Atrina is a PhD student in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science (PBS) at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research is based on the use of digital video ethnography techniques (SEBE) to study how human beings experience judement and decision-making in naturally occurring contexts. To this end, she uses miniature cameras worn at the eye level (subcams) to collect audio and video material and investigate decision-making processes using contextualised data gathered directly from the field. Essentially, her research is an attempt to contribute to the science of decision-making by providing it with empirical evidence from observable behaviour and real decisions. Atrina’s research is supervised by Professor Saadi Lahlou and Professor Liam Delaney.
Her other research interests include Behaviour Change, Economic Psychology and Economics. She holds an MSc in Psychology of Economic Life from the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science (PBS) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), an MSc in Environmental Economics and a BSc in Economics from University of Tehran.
Atrina is the Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) for Psychology of Economic Life, Social Psychology of Economic Life, Consumer Psychology and Organisational and Social Decision-Making.
Graduate Teaching Assistant position:
- Programme GTA for Psychology of Economic Life (PB403)
- Digital GTA for Social Psychology of Economic Life (PB431)
- Digital GTA for Consumer Psychology (PB417)
- Teaching GTA for Organisational and Social Decision-Making (PB304)