Judgment and Decision Making

Course Number: 
HSL768
LTP structure: 
3-0-0
Discipline: 
Multi. Disc.
Credit: 
3.0

Pre-requisite

For M.Sc. Cognitive Science students: Cognitive Processes: From Labs to Fields. For PhD (HuSS) or other PhD students: With the instructor’s approval for PhD students without backgrounds in psychology/cognitive science/management/design.

Course Objective

On successful completion of this course, a student should be able to demonstrate the major ideas about individual human judgments and decision-making, with emphasis on the cognitive mechanisms, with an orientation towards behavioral economics.

Faculty

Course Content

Models of judgments under uncertainty, heuristics, Choices under certainty and under uncertainty, Intertemporal choice, Computational models, Embodied decision making).

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