Graduate Teaching Assistant
This course is an upper-level undergraduate course in which students learn about research design and data analysis. Students then use this knowledge to design, run, and present independent social psychological research projects.
This course presents an introduction to computational thinking through practice with data analysis. Students develop extensive expertise using the statistical programming language R.
Using cutting edge research from psychology and decision science, this course explores the strange contradiction that defines the human experience: How are we simultaneously so smart and so dumb?
In this course, we investigate the success of behavioral economics in explaining ostensible behavioral anomalies in the “wild” such as under-savings for retirement, overconsumption of unhealthy food, and extreme aversion to losses.
In this introductory course, students are guided through an overview of the seminal studies from Psychology, Economics, and related domains that provide the foundation for the study of Judgment and Decision Making.