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Workshop programme

This is the full programme of the event.
In each session, the named speaker(s) will give a 30-minute introduction followed by 40 minutes of open floor discussion.
To know more about the speakers, click on their names.
For the abstracts, click on the talk title or visit Abstracts page.
   
Monday 16th April  
           
09:00 10:00   Registration (coffee available)  
10:00 10:20   Welcome address    
           
10:20 11:30   Session 1 Nat Wilcox (Chapman) Some Thoughts on Probabilistic Choice, Experimental Design and Experimental Purposes
11:30 11:50   Coffee break    
11:50 13:00   Session 2 Michael Regenwetter (Illinois) Quantitative Testing of Decision Theories
           
13:00 14:00   Lunch    
           
14:00 15:10   Session 3 Jerome Busemeyer (Indiana) Achieving more coherent representations of latent utility by using more sophisticated stochastic models of manifest behavior
15:10 16:20   Session 4 Jorg Rieskamp (Basel) Testing Sequential Sampling Models against Standard Random Utility Models
16:20 16:40   Coffee break    
16:40 17:50   Session 5 Graham Loomes (Warwick) / Sequential Expected Utility Theory: Sequential Sampling in Economic Decision Making under Risk
  Dani Navarro-Martinez (LSE)
           
19:00     Conference dinner    
           
           
Tuesday 17th April  
           
08:30 09:10   Coffee    
09:10 10:20   Session 6 Pavlo Blavatskyy How to Model Probabilistic Choice: A Microeconomic Perspective
10:20 11:30   Session 7 Michael Birnbaum (Fullerton) True and Error Models of Response Variation in Choice and Judgment Studies
11:30 11:50   Coffee break    
11:50 13:00   Session 8 Stephane Hess (Leeds) In search of the real drivers of heterogeneity in choice models
           
13:00 14:00   Lunch    
           
14:00 15:10   Session 9 Miguel Costa-Gomez (Aberdeen) TBA
15:10 16:20   Session 10 Ted Turocy (UEA) Quantal Response Equilibrium: A Survey
16:20 16:40   Coffee break    
16:40 17:50   Session 11 Andrea Isoni (Warwick) / Preference and Belief Imprecision in Games
  Graham Loomes (Warwick)
           
           
Wednesday 18th April  
           
08:30 09:10   Coffee    
09:10 10:20   Session 12 Gordon Brown (Warwick) Noise, Context and Individual Differences in Risk Attitude
10:20 11:30   Session 13 Stefan Traub (Bremen) Attention and Revealed Preference in a Portfolio Choice Experiment
11:30 11:50   Coffee break    
11:50 13:00   Session 14 Peter Dayan (UCL) A View from the Bottom
           
13:00 14:30   Concluding remarks and lunch