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Krishane has a background in cognitive psychology, with a BSc in Psychology from the University of Warwick. He then pursued a MRes at University of York with Dr Peter Thompson and Prof Alan Baddeley.
He has completed his PhD at Warwick Business School with Prof Ivo Vlaev and Dr Tigran Melkonyan on the use of behaviour change in financial household behaviours to reduce monetary consumption.
Before his PhD, Krishane was at Imperial College London working on behavioural science and behavioural phenotyping with the Centre for Health Policy with Prof Vlaev. and the University of York researching attention and memory, with Prof. Alan Baddeley.
Krishane is interested in the use of behavioural interventions in policy. He is a current Research Fellow jointly with the Foods Standards Agency, embedded in their Analytics Unit, as well as the Centre for Behaviour Change at UCL.
- Behavioural phenotyping and Individual Differences
- Computational models
- Behaviour Change
- Financial Behaviour
- Health and Neuropsychology
Krishane lives in Birmingham, and loves to play video and board games.