Dr Adrian Camilleri

Adrian is a consumer psychologist who uses experimental methods to understand, explain, and predict how people make judgments and decisions.

Through his research, he attempts to understand how people’s choices are influenced by the way that information is presented and reveal what information formats produce the best choices.

His research interests include: human judgment and decision-making; consumer behaviour; decisions made under risk and uncertainty; behavioural economics; managerial decision-making; sustainable decision-making.

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Experimental methods; Consumer psychology; Behavioural economics; Judgement and decision-making; Social marketing

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