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Glöckner Group | Research

The researchers in the Glöckner Group investigate a broad range of topics concerning judgment and decision making in social and economic contexts. One key interest concerns how judgments and decisions are formed using both intuitive and deliberate processes, which biases occur in information search and information integration and how these processes can be modeled using (e.g.) neural network models. A second topic concerns the investigation of cooperation, pro-social behavior, social preferences, trust, as well as stereotypes and discrimination. We thereby are particularly interested in cultural differences and cross-cultural interactions.  A third focus is on methodological developments such as approaches for formal theory specification, multi-measure strategy classification methods, artificial intelligence, and replication.