Carlos G. Correa
I’m a grad student at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, using behavioral experiments and computational modeling to study how humans plan. I’m particularly interested in how people make planning tractable by changing how they think about problems.
I’m advised by Nathaniel Daw and Tom Griffiths. My CV is here.
June 2023 - New publication! “Humans decompose tasks by trading off utility and computational cost” is out in PLOS Computational Biology. Here’s an image I made for the publication:
I live in Brooklyn, NY. I used to live in San Francisco, CA when I worked as a software engineer. I grew up in a small town in TX and went to college in Austin, TX. My parents are from a small town in Mexico. In my free time, I bake and garden and write programs.
Here are other places you can find me on the internet: [Google Scholar] [ORCiD] [GitHub] [Twitter]