Giorgio Coricelli is an Associate Professor of Economics and Psychology at the University of Southern California. His research experience is characterized by an ongoing curiosity with and concern for game theory, behavioral economics, and neuroscience. He developed two main projects. The first one concerned the role of emotions in decision-making, and the second was aimed at investigating the relational complexity in social interaction. Findings of his research contributed to the understanding of the relationship between emotions and cognition in decision-making, and of the neural basis of strategic thinking in social interaction. His objective is to apply robust methods and findings from behavioral decision theory to study the brain structures that contribute to forming judgments and decisions, both in an individual and a social context.