My current research largely involves: 

*the relationship between stochastic choice and imperfect perception, 

Stochastic choice and imperfect perception of line lengths: What is hiding in the noise? with Sean Duffy  (Feb 2023)


An economist and a psychologist form a line: What can imperfect perception of length tell us about stochastic choice? with Sean Duffy (July 2022)


Visual judgments of length in the economics laboratory: Are there brains in stochastic choice? with Sean Duffy and Steven Gussman (RUC ’17), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2021, 93: 101708


Imperfect perception and stochastic choice in experiments, with Pablo Brañas-Garza (coming soon)

The random thickness of indifference, with Sean Duffy  (coming soon)

*and scrutinizing claims of learning that do not analyze observations across trials 

(Bob is not learning)


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Summer 2023 Office Hours

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Spring 2023 Teaching

(see "Old Syllabi" for previous semesters)

203 Intermediate Micro: Canvas  Syllabus

321 Applied Game Theory: Canvas  Syllabus