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Description: The Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory was founded in 2002 by Prof. Cleotilde Gonzalez. Initially supported by a grant from the Army Research Laboratories (Advanced Decisions Architectures, Collaborative Technology Alliance), the DDMLab is a group fully funded by grants from research institutions such as National Science Foundation, Army Research Labs, Army Research Office, Defense Threat Reduction Agency and others. The laboratory is interdisciplinary, including post-docs and student from Behavioral Decision Research, Psychology, Engineering, and Computer Science.

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2020-05-PRS

Paper Rock Scissors

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2020-07-DeceptionGame

Deception Game

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PhishingDataset_HFES2019

Singh, K., Aggarwal, P., Rajivan, P., & Gonzalez, C. (2019, November). Training to detect phishing emails: Effects of the frequency of experienced...

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PhishingDataset_HFES2020

Singh, K., Aggarwal, P., Rajivan, P., & Gonzalez, C. (2020, December). What makes phishing emails hard for humans to detect?. In Proceedings of th...

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2022-03-SpeedyIBL

SpeedyIBL: A Comprehensive, Precise, and Fast Implementation of Instance-Based Learning Theory

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2022-05-ICCM-WisdomOfCrowds


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2022-05-CogSci-BART


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