Currently I am working at the Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development in Berlin. I am also visiting at the Chair for Decision Theory and Behavioral Game Theory.
My main research interests are decision making, process tracing, decisions from experience and food choice. Within this line of research I am developing my own tools to study decision processes (WebDiP, Flashlight) to answer questions like: Can we link Prospect Theory modelling to process tracing measures? What information do consumers use when making food choices? or How can decisions from experience be modelled from an information acquisition point of view?
Furthermore I am interested in online research in general and methods of teaching in class and via the Internet.
I edited ’A Handbook of Process Tracing Methods in Decision Research‘ together with Anton Kühberger and Rob Ranyard. This book will help to get you started in a variety of process tracing methods like: Thinking aloud, Mouselab, Eye-tracking, Skin Conductance or Pupil Dilation.
You can reach me via email: michael[AT]schulte-mecklenbeck.com