Magda Osman is a reader of experimental psychology at Queen Mary University of London. She is also director of the Centre for Mind in Society and head of the Dynamic Learning and Decision-Making Laboratory. Dr. Osman is an honorary fellow of UCL, is a fellow of the Turing Institute, and works for several different UK government agencies. She carried out postdoctoral work at UCL, where she was a senior research fellow for seven years. Dr. Osman has authored over 80 publications and two books. Her publications reflect her research interests in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, management, philosophy, and economics. Dr. Osman is currently in charge of ongoing scholarly projects on behavioural insights, medical decision making, value-based decision making, dynamic social interactions, agency and control, the unconscious, risk, and uncertainty. She earned her first degree in experimental psychology at Sussex University, a master’s degree at the University of Cambridge, and a PhD at Brunel University.