Investigating and improving our decision-making process

Our goal is to understand and improve the process of decision-making where it matters most. Projects can range from basic theory-driven questions to end-user-oriented needs. These include the likes of investigating the cognitive basis of individual and team-based decision making, to identifying the features of successful cyber-deception, the efficacy of simulation-based assessment, or positive adaptation during crises; currently, surviving and thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Find out how our research is developing our understanding of cognition, metacognition, decision-making, and resilience and how we can apply this knowledge in improving areas such as positive adaptation, critical thinking, team decision-making, adaptability, and education/training.



Our Research


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A/Prof Sabina Kleitman

Room 440, Brennan MacCallum Building (A18)

School of Psychology, University of Sydney, NSW 2006