JOSEPH TEAL (PhD Researcher)
Huddersfield Business School
The University of Huddersfield
Joseph Teal is a PhD researcher at the Huddersfield Business School. His research interests include judgement and decision-making, risk preferences and cognition. Joseph’s experimental and theoretical research is particularly focused on the influence of variations in decision desirability on decision-making behaviour.
2018 – Present: PhD in Behavioural Sciences, The University of Huddersfield.
2018 – 2019: PgCert (postgraduate course in business research methods), The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School.
2014 – 2018: BA (Hons) in Business Studies including 12 month placement (1st class), The University of Huddersfield.
INTERNATIONAL & LOCAL CONFERENCE PAPERS
1) Teal, J., & Kusev, P. (2020). How decision-making monetary desirability influences risk preferences. Paper to be presented at the 61st annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Virtual Meeting. November, 19th - 21st.
2) Teal, J., Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2020). Discriminability (not decision making experience) influences risky behaviour: evidence against ordinal comparison and relative ranking. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. January 15 – 17th.
3) Teal, J., Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2019). Decision Discriminability: why human decision makers sample from experience. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. January 9 – 11th.
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
2020 - Present: The Higher Education Academy / Advanced HE, UK.
2020 - Present: The Psychonomic Society, USA.