Mordechai Juni is a postdoctoral researcher working with Miguel Eckstein in the Visual & Image Understanding lab. His research interests lie at the intersection of perception, cognition and decision-making, with an emphasis on computational modeling and ideal-observer analyses. He received a BA in Psychology from Rutgers and a PhD in Psychology from NYU. His dissertation work focused on how people gather, process and exploit information in stochastic environments. His current research focuses on human and machine-assisted group decisions regarding visual images.