We are seeking a PhD candidate (4 years, 40h/week) for the project: “Is recurring irrationality adaptively rational? The role of numeracy and adaptive strategy selection in decisions under risk and uncertainty.” The successful candidate will work on a PhD thesis (in the field of judgment and decision making). The tasks will include developing ideas and…
A paper entitled “Entrepreneurial Risk Taking is Related to Mental Imagery: A Fresh Look at the Old Issue of Entrepreneurship and Risk” by Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Adriana Bernady, and Jakub Traczyk (CRIDM) has been accepted for publication in Applied Psychology: An International Review (IF: 3.265).
We’re looking for talented MA/PhD student for a scholarship in the project “The role of multiple numeric competencies in improving decision making.” More details can be found at (in Polish): https://www.swps.pl/uczelnia/oferty-pracy/aktualne/130-wroclaw/19991-stypendysta-ka-w-projekcie-badawczym-2019-06-30?fbclid=IwAR3Et-Ac3LEM0fNQxbHRnR-Q6Jv1JPx78eO4O7FLDWzLcmxR2O_PA4mH8W4
Agata Sobkow from CRIDM was awarded a new research grant entitled “The role of multiple numeric competencies in improving decision making.” (the National Science Center, Poland; SONATA competition) https://www.ncn.gov.pl/konkursy/wyniki/2019-05-15-opus16-preludium16-sonata14
An article entitled “Associations between Case Fatality Rates and Self-reported Fear of Neoplasms and Circulatory Diseases” by Kamil Fulawka, Dominik Lenda (CRIDM), and Jakub Traczyk (CRIDM) has been published in Medical Decision Making (IF: 3.012). https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0272989X19844744