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Judgment and Decision Making

An elderly woman is thinking deeply while holding her glasses. Pensive. Older.
Our research on decision making evaluates how people consider risk, probability, and deal with uncertainty. These studies are relevant to health decisions, financial decisions, and social decisions. Many of the most important choices in life can be impacted by these critical factors.

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Researcher Spotlight

Daniel Krawczyk, PhD

Deputy Director of Research Debbie and Jim Francis Chair and Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

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