His work focuses on many connections between Knowledge management and other disciplines, such as Social learning, that overlap with his field of interest in Pedagogy. His Pedagogy study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Social learning. He focuses mostly in the field of Forgetting, narrowing it down to topics relating to Cognitive psychology and, in certain cases, Encoding (memory) and Sensory system. Encoding (memory) and Hippocampus are two areas of study in which Jörg Rieskamp engages in interdisciplinary work. He integrates Hippocampus with Forgetting in his study. His Rank (graph theory) research focuses on subjects like Combinatorics, which are linked to Transitive relation. Transitive relation connects with themes related to Combinatorics in his study. Jörg Rieskamp is exploring Expected utility hypothesis as part of his Subjective expected utility and Cumulative prospect theory and Expected utility hypothesis studies. He integrates Subjective expected utility and Decision theory in his studies.
Jörg Rieskamp performs integrative study on Cognitive psychology and Social psychology. He merges Social psychology with Cognitive psychology in his study. Jörg Rieskamp incorporates Neuroscience and Developmental psychology in his studies. His work often combines Developmental psychology and Neuroscience studies. His Artificial intelligence study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Selection (genetic algorithm). Jörg Rieskamp merges many fields, such as Cognition and Prefrontal cortex, in his writings. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Prefrontal cortex and Cognition. His research links Task (project management) with Management. His Management research extends to the thematically linked field of Task (project management).
His Time preference research focuses on Microeconomics and how it relates to Preference. Jörg Rieskamp conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Preference and Microeconomics. He studied Reinforcement and Social psychology that intersect with Representativeness heuristic, Compliance (psychology), Arousal and Moderation. Moderation and Social psychology are frequently intertwined in his study. Jörg Rieskamp integrates Cognitive psychology and Sensory memory in his research. His work blends Sensory memory and Cognitive psychology studies together. His Visual attention research extends to Neuroscience, which is thematically connected. His work on Cognition expands to the thematically related Visual attention. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Cognition and Visual search.
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Extending the Bounds of Rationality: Evidence and Theories of Preferential Choice
Jörg Rieskamp;Jerome R. Busemeyer;Barbara A. Mellers.
Journal of Economic Literature (2006)
The aging decision maker: Cognitive aging and the adaptive selection of decision strategies.
Rui Mata;Lael J. Schooler;Jörg Rieskamp.
Psychology and Aging (2007)
Inferences under time pressure: how opportunity costs affect strategy selection.
Jörg Rieskamp;Ulrich Hoffrage.
Acta Psychologica (2008)
Risk preference shares the psychometric structure of major psychological traits
Renato Frey;Renato Frey;Andreas Pedroni;Andreas Pedroni;Rui Mata;Jörg Rieskamp.
Science Advances (2017)
The probabilistic nature of preferential choice.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (2008)
Hierarchical Bayesian Parameter Estimation for Cumulative Prospect Theory
Håkan Nilsson;Håkan Nilsson;Jörg Rieskamp;Eric-Jan Wagenmakers.
Journal of Mathematical Psychology (2011)
Deciding When to Decide: Time-Variant Sequential Sampling Models Explain the Emergence of Value-Based Decisions in the Human Brain
Sebastian Gluth;Jörg Rieskamp;Christian Büchel.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2012)
An Introduction to Bayesian Hypothesis Testing for Management Research
Sandra Andraszewicz;Benjamin Scheibehenne;Jörg Rieskamp;Raoul Grasman.
Journal of Management (2015)
The risk elicitation puzzle
Andreas Pedroni;Andreas Pedroni;Renato Frey;Adrian Bruhin;Gilles Dutilh.
Nature Human Behaviour (2017)
Testing Adaptive Toolbox Models: A Bayesian Hierarchical Approach.
Benjamin Scheibehenne;Jörg Rieskamp;Eric-Jan Wagenmakers.
Psychological Review (2013)
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