People involved

   Elke Weber    

Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment,
Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs
Princeton University

Professor Weber works at the intersection of psychology and economics. She is an expert on behavioral models of judgment and decision making under risk and uncertainty. Recently she has been investigating psychologically appropriate ways to measure and model individual and cultural differences in risk taking, specifically in risky financial situations and environmental decision making and policy.  


   Nancy Betz          

Professor, Department of Psychology
The Ohio State University

Professor Betz has published over 150 articles and chapters and two books on topics including psychological measurement and testing, applications of self-efficacy theory to career assessment, and women's career development. Her current work is integration of measures of personality and career interests and confidence using the Healthy Personality Inventory, Career Confidence Inventory, and career Interest Inventory. 


   Anne-Renee Blais

Center for Interuniversity Research and Analysis on Organizaations (CIRANO), Montreal, Candada

Dr. Blais' research focuses on risk perceptions and decision making. She examines individual differences in decision making, risk perceptions and attitudes, modes/strategies of decision making, theories of stress and coping, and applied statistics and psychometircs. A central aspect of this work is how people "read minds" to make inferences about what others think, want and feel.