The European Association for Decision Making (EADM) is pleased to announce its third Judgment and Decision Making (JDM) Summer School for PhD Students. It will take place between 11-16 July 2016 at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Summer School will consist of a weeklong program of courses covering issues of methodology in Judgment and Decision Making (JDM) research including theory building (Martijn van Zomeren, Groningen), cognitive modeling (Ido Erev, Technion), open science (Daniel Lakens, Eindhoven; Susann Fiedler, MPI Bonn), panel data analysis (Andreas Glöckner and Marc Jekel, Hagen), games (Ori Weisel, Nottingham; Shaul Shalvi, Amsterdam), and process tracing (Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Bern; Martijn Willemsen, Eindhoven).
|Date||Start 11 July 2016||End 16 June 2016|
Invited talks by leading JDM experts who are (current or previous) associate editors of some of the main outlets for JDM research (JDM, OBHDP; JESP; J of Risk and Uncertainty; Management Science; Theory and Decision; J of Mathematical Psychology; Emotion; and more). Those include EADM president Barbara Summers (Leeds), Astrid Homan (Amsterdam), Marcel Zeelenberg (Tilburg), Michel Handgraaf (Wageningen), Bernard Nijstad (Groningen), Peter Wakker (Erasmus), Susann Fiedler (MPI Bonn), Ilana Ritov (Hebrew Jerusalem), and Wilco van Dijk (Leiden). Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their research with the speakers and teaching staff.
The Summer School is generously funded by the European Association for Decision Making, European Research Council, and Research Priority Areas Behavioral Economics and Brain and Cognition at the University of Amsterdam.