Society for the advancement of judgment
and decision-making studies

Endorsements

If you will not be a member, but you appreciate the worth of our project, please write a short support message for us.

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Endorsements list

Name: David Shanks

Treatment: Prof

Affiliation: University College London

Brief endorsement text: There are so many outstanding cognitive scientists in Spain that fostering links with economists, neuroscientists and others working on aspects of judgment and decision making, via the creation of the Society, should make a real contribution to intellectual debate.

Name: Camilo J. Cela-Conde

Treatment: Professor

Affiliation: University of the Balearic Islands (Palma, Spain)

Brief endorsement text: Good news! This Society is a must, particularly because of the increased commitments that R+D projects pose regarding judgment and decision making. Congratulations to the promoters and members of the SEJyD board.

Name: Ralph R Miller

Treatment: Incoming editor, JEP:ABP

Affiliation: State university of New York at Binghamton

Brief endorsement text: The goals of the Society are admirable. I hope that the Society will welcome research that uses nonhumans as well as humans because cross talk will advance our understanding of decision processes in both types of subjects. I also expect that some of the research done by Society members would be appropriate for publication in JEP:ABP.

Name: Wandi Bruine de Bruin

Treatment: Professor of Behavioural Decision Making

Affiliation: Centre for Decision Research, Leeds University Business School (UK)

Brief endorsement text: Strategies for promoting better decisions often require the perspective of multiple disciplines. The new Spanish society will strenghten interdisciplinary connections, benefiting the theory and practice of decision making.

Name: Marewski

Treatment: Professor

Affiliation: University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Brief endorsement text: Great news! There are many colleagues doing excellent research in Spain. And there are top-level teaching institutions, too. Setting up such a society seems like a very good idea. I will be looking very much forward to seeing how this unfolds. Congrats to the organizing team for setting this up!

Name: Prof. Markus Raab

Treatment: AE, SE, EiC of PSE, IJSEP, ZfS

Affiliation: German Sport University Cologne Germany

Brief endorsement text: Fouding a society of JDM is a good choice whatever chocie theory we apply or whatever criteria we chose to evaluate its quality. I wish the group the upmost success and enjoyment.

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