Emotion-Centric Financial Decision-Making and Learning
Competence in financial matters has become part and parcel of everyday life, both at the work place and in our daily lives. Traditional learning cannot deliver the necessary skills, and more innovative solutions are needed. Serious games, wearable sensors, and a focus on emotions lie at the heart of this project’s novel, technology-supported approach to expertise and competence-building in financial decision making.
Meet the team
xDelia builds on the expertise and skills from various European research institutions and from business, covering a broad range of disciplines and fields of practice: financial trading, quantitative finance, psychology of finance, learning technology design and evaluation, experimental psychology, neuroeconomics, experimental economics, physioeconomics, psychophysiology, sensor engineering, game development, and financial capability.
Investment and trading · financial capability · emotions in finance · game development · sensors engineering · evaluation of learning technologies
Adele Atkinson · Sharon Collard · Elaine Kempson · Andrea Finney · David Hayes · Mark Fenton O’Creevy · Eileen Scanlon · Gráinne Conole · Gill Clough · Daniel Richards · Gareth Davis · Richard Tomlin · Shalini Vora · Mark Gaved · Stephan Heuer · Kristina Schaff · Clemens van Dinther · Christophe Kunze · Caroline Jähing · Philipp Astor · Marc Adam · Stefan Seifert · Stefan Hey · Ale Smidts · Mark van Overveld · Pranjal Mehta · Craig Lindley · Charlotte Sennersten · Henrik Cederholm · Henrik Poulsen · Jeanette Eriksson · Lee Sandberg · Olle Hilborn · Petar Jerčić · Jeffrey Todd Lins · Jung Tay Yee · Anna Szymkowiak Have · Gilbert Peffer · Bàrbara Llacay