Paul Schrater is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Computer Science at the University of Minnesota, and he is a member of the graduate faculty in Scientific Computation, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Science. Prof. Schrater’s research involves developing and testing rational, probabilistic models of learning, motivation, decisions, and action. His work spans the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science where he develops artificial agents for understanding and predicting economic behavior, motor control, learning, and decision making and tests these models using psychophysical experiments, data from social media and games, and brain imaging.