Dr Caren Frosch
Department of Neuroscience
University of Leicester
Psychology PhD, Trinity College Dublin Statistics diploma, Trinity College Dublin BSc Psychology, University of Sheffield Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice in Higher Education (University of Leicester) I am a member of the Judgment and Decision Making research group and of the Health and Psychological Wellbeing research group. Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and am my department's Equality Officerv and Research Staff Advisor.
My research interests centre on the following topics: • Judgment and decision making in adults and children • Counterfactual thinking • Causal reasoning • Reasoning and mathematical ability • Decision making under stress • Risk taking • Fast and frugal heuristics • Deductive reasoning • Unconscious bias
Frosch, C.A., Egan, S.M., & Hancock, E. (2015). The effect of controllability and causality on counterfactual thinking. 21 (3), 317-340.