Richard D Gonzalez
Amos N Tversky Collegiate Professor of Psychology and Statistics, Professor of Psychology, Professor of Statistics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Research Professor, Research Center for Group Dynamics, Center Director, Research Center for Group Dynamics, Institute for Social Research and Professor of Integrative Systems and Design, College of Engineering
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Studies judgment and decision making processes at both the basic and applied levels. His theoretical work includes formal models of decision making under risk and uncertainty. His applied work in decision making extends to eyewitness identification, medical decision making, consumer behavior, transportation decisions and sustainability. He also conducts mathematical modeling of group processes and develops statistical techniques for data analytic problems in psychology. He has developed statistical models for the analysis of dyadic data. Gonzalez teaches graduate-level statistics courses and directs the Biosocial Methods Collaborative.