Cognitive Psychology of Decision-Making LabSemester Course

DIS Copenhagen, Elective Course, Psychology of Decision Making
Major Discipline(s)
Neuroscience, Psychology
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
3

How logical are our decisions really? This course covers theories and phenomena that underlie human decision-making and reasoning. Implications for human behavior are explored on the individual and group level. Insights from cognitive science, neuroscience, and psychology as well as in-class empirical exercises are used to investigate the challenging and creative ways that humans reason and decide.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Leadership Studies

Faculty

Bethany Chamberlain

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. (Research Methods in Psychology, University of Strathclyde, 2018). B.A. (Psychology, Bemidji State University, 2016). Previously a research assistant, graduate teaching assistant, and ESL teacher, among other jobs. Presently a volunteer with Foodsharing Copenhagen and book club leader at Books and Company in Hellerup. I've lived in the USA (Florida, Alaska, Connecticut, Minnesota), China (Weifang), Sweden (Öjersjö, Gothenburg), Scotland (Glasgow), and Denmark (Gentofte). With DIS since 2021.

Bethany Chamberlain

Kamilla Lange

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Cand. Psychology (2006, University of Copenhagen). BA. Psychology (2003, University of Copenhagen). Authorized clinical psychologist, Psykolognævnet (2009). Clinical psychologist (2006-present). Mindfulness instructor (2008-present). Lecturer, Lægernes Uddannelses Forening (2008-2011). Lecturer, Mindwork and Fobiskolen (2008-present), Psychological supervisor, Psykiatrisk Center Bispebjerg, Region Hovedstaden (2011-2013). Psychological supervisor, Mindwork and Fobiskolen, (2009-present). Author (2012). With DIS since 2015.