Jakub Traczyk, PhD

Head of the Center for Research on Improving Decision Making (CRIDM). Associate Professor at the SWPS University. He investigates the role of emotions and numerical abilities in risk perception and decision making.

Agata Sobkow, PhD

Assistant Professor at the SWPS University. She does research on intuitive processing, decision making, numeracy and risk perception. She is particularly interested in developing and testing innovative methods, such as cognitive training or visual aids, that may help people with low numeracy make better decisions.

Angelika Olszewska

PhD Student at the SWPS University. She is mainly interested in the processes related to intuition. Currently, she has done research on the role of restructuring problem representation in insight problem-solving.

Dominik Lenda

Student at the SWPS University. He is particularly interested in the analysis of based-experience decision-making process. He is a fan of Open Science Framework and Bayesian analysis, however, he still appreciates the p-value.

Supratik Mondal

Doctoral student at the SWPS University. He is fascinated by human adaptiveness. He is, in particular, interested in the process through which one adapts in the world and wants to capture it by building computational tools.

Collaborators

Students

Alumni:

  • Jakub Figol
  • Kamil Fuławka
  • Joanna Malcherek-Łabiak

Students:

  • Weronika Hetmańczuk
  • Michał Dzieżyk
  • Marta Emirsajłow
  • Patryk Góra
  • Yehor Hrymchak
  • Magdalena Matwiejczyk
  • Julia Mazur
  • Paweł Schoepp
  • Marcin Surowski

Collaborators

  • Rocio Garcia-Retamero (University of Granada, Spain)
  • Dafina Petrova (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública, Granada, Spain)
  • Dunia Garrido (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain)
  • Alberto Megias Robles (University of Malaga, Spain)
  • Karl Halvor Teigen (Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway)
  • Erik Løhre (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Lillehammer, Norway)
  • Miroslav Sirota (University of Essex, UK)
  • Pawel Matusz (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Sierre, Switzerland)
  • Scott Barry Kaufman (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)