London Judgement and Decision Making seminars
The LJDM seminar series is supported by
University College London
City University London
Originally established at UCL in the early 1970’s as a weekly Cognition and Reasoning seminar, it later became an intercollegiate seminar on Language and Cognition in the early 1980’s.
The name LJDM was finally coined in 1990, and the group has been running seminars under this name ever since, with lecturers and researchers in and around the UK meeting on a regular basis to discuss judgment and decision making, judgments of likelihood, reasoning, thinking, problem solving, forecasting, risk perception and communication, and other related topics.
If you would like to present your research to the group or to suggest a speaker, please contact the organizers, Neil Bramley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Leonardo Cohen (email@example.com) or Eric Schulz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Unless specified otherwise, all seminars take place on Wednesdays at 5pm, in Room 313 at the Psychology Department, University College London (on the corner of Bedford Way, Gordon Square and Torrington Place, London WC1H 0AP). Map.
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All are welcome to attend.
Current Seminar Schedule
May – June 2015
A counterfactual simulation model of causal judgments
Allowing for promotion effects in judgmental forecasting: Effects of series type and provision of formal forecasts
Shari De Baets
Vlerick Business School
Flexibility in diagnostic decision-making strategies
University of Sussex
Forecast adjustments in response to scenario framing