Atrina is a PhD student in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science (PBS) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). For her research, she primarily uses Subjective Evidence-Based Ethnography (SEBE) for a naturalistic study of human judgement and decision-making in realistic contexts. To this end, she uses miniature cameras worn at the eye-level (subcams) to capture and investigate decisions within the context in which they occur and with regard to the decision ecology. Her other research interests include Behaviour Change, Economic Psychology, and Behavioural Science. Atrina graduated from LSE with Distinction for MSc Psychology of Economic Life and was awarded the Rob Farr Award for Best Dissertation. She previously studied Economics, Environmental Economics, and Business. Atrina teaches Psychology of Economic Life, Social Psychology of Economic Life, Consumer Psychology, and Social and Organisational Decision-Making at LSE.