Jan Hausfeld is an Assistant Professor of NeuroEconomics at the Amsterdam School of Economics. His research focuses on the relation between behavior in social and economic decisions and (neuro-)physiological measurements with a special interest in eye-tracking and interactive eye-tracking. These decisions range from allocation choices to deceptive behavior and signaling. Jan received his Bachelor degree in Economics from Virginia Tech (2008-2010), his Master degree from McGill University (2010-2012) and then did a PhD at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences at the University of Konstanz (2012-2017, with Urs Fischbacher). His PhD thesis was on how different sources of pressure affect decision making (time pressure, pressure to decide for someone else, and pressure when shooting a clutch penalty kick) while his interest in processing measures emerged. Jan continued working as a PostDoc with Urs Fischbacher in Konstanz in Economics, while also doing a PostDoc at the University of Bern at the Department of Social Neuroscience and Social Psychology with Daria Knoch. His papers can be found on Google Scholar.