JEROME R. BUSEMEYER
Provost Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University, Bloomington. Areas of study include cognitive sciences, dynamic models and quantitative methods. Research topics include dynamic, emotional, and cognitive models of judgment and decision making; neural network models of function learning, interpolation, extrapolation; methodology for comparing and testing complex models of behavior; measurement theory with error contaminated data. PhD, University of South Carolina. Busemeyer’s writings include: Quantum Models of Cognition and Decision; Cognitive Modeling; The Oxford Handbook of Computational and Mathematical Psychology; Decision Making From A Cognitive Perspective.