On 20-23 June 2017, the School of Management hosted the 13th international decision researchers bi-annual meeting: cognitive expertise in uncertainty (NDM13). Co-chaired by Julie Gore and Paul Ward, the meeting included a doctoral consortium and four-day conference.
Naturalistic decision making research investigates the cognitive challenges linked to making decisions in demanding and uncertain situations.
NDM13 discussed decision-making by professionals in high-risk role. It also examined the skills that make high-level performance of complex tasks possible.
- Harry Collins, Distinguished Research Professor and Director for the Centre of Knowledge, Expertise and Science (KES) in Cardiff University
- Rhona Flin, Professor of Industrial Psychology at Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University
- Paul Taylor, Professor of Psychology at Lancaster University
- David Galbreath, Professor of International Security and Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Bath
- Robert Hoffman, Senior Research Scientist, IHMC
- Gary A. Klein, Senior Scientist at MacroCognition LLC, who pioneered the field of NDM
- Esther Martin, Head of Strategic Intelligence, Force Intelligence, West Midlands Police
- Apollo Robbins, Internationally-known performer, speaker and consultant in human nature
- The University of Bath
- The School of Management
- Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST)
- University of Huddersfield
- University of Sussex
- Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
- Visual Analytics for Sense-Making in Criminal Intelligence Analysis (VALCRI)
- Research Councils UK (RCUK)
- The M2D (Models to Decisions) Network