Below is a list of Judgment and Decision Making experiments currently
being run at UCL. If you are interested in participating in one
or more of the experiments, or would simply like more information,
then please do not hesitate to contact the researcher responsible
for any given experiment by clicking on the appropriate link.
Trust and advice
Trust in advice on risky activities
A series of experiments which pay three pounds for sessions that last approximately
twenty minutes. Most of the experiments do not have any requirements, although to
participate in some of them you must not have participated in any implicit learning
experiments before. The experiments involve judging the riskiness of a series of
activities, based upon advice from multiple advisors.
If you are interested in taking part in any of these studies, please reply to this post
(email@example.com). Please specify at least two days/times that it would suit you to
come in for a 20-minute session. You would meet me in room 200, on the 2nd floor of the
If you have any other queries about the experiments, please feel free to reply to this post,
or call me at 0207 679 7570.
Email Matt Twyman about this experiment
People often have to use their judgment to decide how to alter
some feature of a situation to ensure that a desired outcome is
obtained (i.e. gain control of a complex system.) We are currently
collecting data to identify what is it about the behaviour of a
system that makes control of it hard to achieve? If you are interested
in learning to control an orbiting satellite or, perhaps, manage
a patient during surgery - you can email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
to arrange a time. The task takes approximately
20-30 minutes and you will earn £3.00.
Email Damien Forrest about