Maarten Bos received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the Radboud University in Nijmegen in The Netherlands. During his time there, his research focused intensively on decision-making and his teaching focused on the field of both decision-making and ethical persuasion.
From 2011 to 2013, Maarten held a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Negotiation, Organizations and Markets unit at the Harvard Business School, where he worked on various projects in behavioral science. He concentrated on both decision-making, with applications to a business and consumer context, as well as on integrating psychology and technology.
Through his research, teaching, and collaborations, Maarten’s work aims to contribute to our understanding of how individuals interact with the world, as well as developing ways to transfer and apply that knowledge.