Dr. Adrian R. Camilleri

Dr. Camiilleri is an expert in the field of behavioural decision-making with special interests in risky choice and multi-attribute choice, especially as they relate to consumer and pro-social behaviour.

Lecturer in Marketing, RMIT
I employ the power of the experimental method to reveal the psychological mechanisms behind how people make decisions.

Dr. Adrian R. Camilleri is a lecturer in marketing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a Master’s degree in organizational psychology, and a PhD in cognitive psychology, all from the University of New South Wales.

He also completed postdoctoral training at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business where he was a member of the Center for Research on Environmental Decision-making. Adrian is an expert in the field of behavioral decision-making with special interests in risky choice and multi-attribute choice, especially as they relate to consumer and pro-social behavior.

Adrian’s research has been published in highly reputed academic journals including Cognition, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, and Judgment & Decision-making. His work has also been written up in the media including Time and Scientific American articles. You can learn more about him here.

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