Heuristics and biases in judgement and choice
This research programme focuses on the cognitive processes, heuristics, and biases which underpin judgements of risk and uncertainty, choices and hypothesis-testing. It includes studies and reviews of classic heuristics and biases such as the base-rate fallacy and the conjunction fallacy, the framing effect, the illusion of control, and the pseudodiagnostic bias.
- Applying Social Judgment Theory to better understand what peer reviewers pay attention to when evaluating fellowship grant proposals.
- Towards Outstanding Research Reviews
- Cognition beyond the classical information processing model: Cognitive interactivity and the Systemic Thinking Model (SysTM)
- Healthcare workers and flu vaccination