Brief Research Statement

Ten Selected Journal Articles

(in decreasing chronological order)

Wallsten, T.S.,& Diederich, A
(2001). Understanding Pooled Subjective Probability Estimates. *Mathematical
Social Science*, **41**, 1-18*.*

Ariely, D., Au, W-T, Bender, R. H.,
Budescu, D. U., Dietz, C. B., Gu, H., Wallsten, T.S., and Zauberman, G.
(2000). The effects of averaging probability estimates between and within
judges. *Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied,* **6**, 130-147.

Wallsten, T.S., Bender, R.H., and Li,
Y.(1999) Dissociating judgement from response processes in statement
verification: The effects of experience on each component. *Journal of
Experimental* *Psychology: Learning, Memory, Cognition*, **25**,
96-115.

Wallsten, T.S., Budescu, D.V., Erev, I.
& Diederich, A. (1997). Evaluating and combining subjective probability
estimates. *Journal of Behavioral Decision Making*, **10**, 243-268.

Budescu, D.V., Wallsten, T.S., &
Au, W-T. (1997). On the importance of random error in the study of probability
judgment: Part II: Applying the stochastic judgment model to detect systematic
trends. *Journal of Behavioral Decision Making*, **10**,
173-188.

Erev, I., Wallsten, T. S., &
Budescu, D. V. (1994). Simultaneous over- and underconfidence: The role of
error in judgment processes. *Psychological Review*, **101**,
519-527.

Wallsten, T. S. & González-Vallejo,
C. C. (1994). Statement verification: A stochastic model of judgment and
response. *Psychological Review*,** 101, **490-504.

González-Vallejo, C. C., &
Wallsten, T. S., (1992). Effects of probability mode on preference reversal.
*Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory &
Cognition*,** 18**, 855-864.

Wallsten, T. S., Budescu, D. V.,
Rapoport, A., Zwick, R., & Forsyth, B. H. (1986). Measuring the vague
meanings of probability terms. *Journal of Experimental Psychology:
General*, **115**, 348-365.

Wallsten, T. S. (1976). Using
conjoint-measurement models to investigate a theory about probabilistic
information processing. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, **14**,
144-185.