Decision Neuroscience - From Neurons to Societies

Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Interacting Minds Group

Centre for Functionally Integrative Neuroscience
Aarhus University, Denmark  &
Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
University College London, UK


Dr. Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Centre for Functionally Integrative Neuroscience
Aarhus University Hospital
Nørrebrogade 44, Building 10G
5th Floor
8000 Aarhus C


Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn is a psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist. His research investigates social learning and the social influences on human decision making. During his doctoral training, he used behavioural studies, fMRI, and psychopharmacological methods to study persistence in risky behaviour relevant to pathological gambling. As a postdoctoral research fellow he turned his attention to social decision making and applies the same methods to understand influence, social learning and strategic interaction. He is currently nearing the end of his postdoctoral research fellowship with the "Interacting Minds" research group at Aarhus University (Denmark) and University College London (UK) with Professor Chris Frith. Daniel was born and raised Canadian and began his research career studying the pharmacology on decision-making during his BSc at the University of British Columbia (Canada) before completing a MSc in Neuroscience and DPhil in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford (UK). His work has been recently published (or is soon to be) in Current Biology, Biological Psychiatry, and Neuropsychopharmacology.