Dr Yiyun Shou

BSc (Hons), PhD (Psychology)
Research Fellow, Research School of Psychology
ANU College of Health and Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Decision Making 170202
  • Personality, Abilities And Assessment 170109
  • Psychological Methodology, Design And Analysis 170110
  • Applied Statistics 010401

Research interests

  • Reasoning, judgment and decision making under uncertainty
    • Attitudes towards ambiguity uncertainty
    • Reasoning and decision making with ambiguous information
    • Decision making in moral dilemmas
  • Statistical and measurement issues in psychology
    • Generalized linear models
    • multi-group measurement invariance
    • Response styles

Biography

I received PhD in Psychology (ANU) in 2015 and I am a current ARC DECRA fellow. Most of my research has been devoted to understanding the impacts of ambiguous information on people's reasoning, judgement and decision making. My current research focuses on understanding and measuring judgment and decision making under ambiguity uncertainty. I am also interested in psychometrics especially issues in cross-cultural measurement invariance, as well as statistical methods and modelling in psychology.

Publications

Projects and Grants

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Updated:  23 September 2019 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers