Mathematical Psychology

Calibration of Agent-Based simulation Models via Model Confidence Sets

Seminar

Psychological Measurement

Measurement theory is “a field of study that examines the attribution of values to traits, characteristics, or constructs. Measurement theory focuses on assessing the true score of an attribute, such that an obtained value has a close correspondence with the actual quantity” (APA Dictionary of Psychology, 2nd ed.

Nonparametric estimation and inference in psychological and economic experiments

Seminar

Nonparametric estimation and inference in economic experiments

Seminar

A statistical theory of nonparametric estimation and inference in economic experiments

International conference

Nonparametric estimation and inference in economic experiments

Seminar

Subjective measurement on ratio scales: from perceptual continua to utility

International conference

Theory of Measurement and Decision Making II. Sensation Measurement

Guest lecture

Measuring the utility for money in a riskless context: evidence on separable representations

International conference

A statistical theory of nonparametric estimation in economic and psychophysical experiments

International conference