Lukasz Walasek

University of Warwick, UK

Dr Lukasz Walasek is an associate professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK. He completed PhD and MSc in Psychology at the University of Essex and a BSc in Psychosocial Sciences at the University of East Anglia. Dr Walasek teaches the “Behavioural Change: Nudging and Persuasion” on the MSc in Behavioural Economic Science, and MSc in Behavioural Data Science.

In his research, Dr Walasek applies insights from data science to study how people make everyday decisions and judgments. His most recent work uses data mining and natural language processing to study topics such as: implicit bias, self-control, gambling-related harm, food choice, effects of inequality on consumption, as well as the dynamics of political polarization.