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Dr. Mary Thomson joined Glasgow Caledonian University in 1995, having previously achieved a degree in Psychology (Hons. 1st Class) in 1992. She was awarded a doctorate in 1999. Her main research interests include: the quality of decision making, forecasting with judgement, decision support systems, risk perception and risk communication. These research interests are deeply rooted within cognitive psychology and decision science and crucially apply to business decision making. Mary is an experimental psychologist with knowledge of the way people make decisions and how business decision making can be improved. She is also interested in how people perceive risk and the best ways to communicate risk. Mary has published widely in a variety of academic journals, including Decision Support Systems, the European Journal of Operational Research, Risk Analysis, Risk Management: an International Journal and the International Journal of Forecasting.
Currently teaching on the following courses:
A: Risk Taking Behaviour: Perception and Management (Distance Learning) MSc
B: Risk Taking Behaviour: Perception and Management (Distance Learning) MSc
Risk Taking Behaviour: Perception and Management (Taught) MSc
Risk in Business Decision Making Level 4