Episode 16 with RIMMA TEPER: Is a Human in the Lab Still a Human? Getting Wild About Human Risk

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Rimma Teper is an applied behavioral scientist and social psychologist. After completing her PhD, she became the Resident Behavioral Scientist at Idea Couture. There she helped build the behavioral science team from the ground up, working on consumer research projects with key clients including Samsung, United Way, Kroger, and more. After, she moved Research Strategy Group as VP of Client Strategy and Behavioral Science, where she led a team in the application of BS throughout research, from foundational ethnography, to quantitative testing, to strategic solutioning. Most recently, Rimma has moved into her current role in the financial services at the Royal Bank of Canada, as Senior Director of Behavioral Science Internal Audit. In this newly created role, she brings a behavioural science lens to the bank’s assessment of risk culture and conduct. Her goal is to act as a strategic partner to the various functions and lines of business by providing insights into the psychological, systematic factors affecting decision-making within their teams. Rimma did her Masters and PhD from University of Toronto (where she still lectures), and a post-doc at Rotman School of management and Yale’s School of Management.

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