Nathan Dieckmann is currently a Research Scientist at Decision Research in Eugene, OR. He conducts basic and applied research in decision-making, risk communication, and statistical methodology. His current work is focused on the development of risk assessment tools and methods for the effective presentation of uncertainty in a variety of domains. Other areas of interest include individual differences in numerical ability and how improving cognitive and decision makings skills can lead to better real-world outcomes. Recent work in the area of statistics has focused on the use of meta-analytic methods in the behavioral sciences.
Learn more about Dr. Dieckmann’s research here.