Nomination to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation with Juniper Publishers – Michelle B. Cowley RSS Fellow

We are delighted to announce that Michelle B. Cowley PGDipStat BA DPhil RSS Fellow has been nominated to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation with Juniper Publishers in the US. You can find her research interests and short biography by clicking the image below – then scroll down. Research Interests:…

See Our New Research Profile on Research Gate RG: Michelle B. Cowley PGDipStat BA DPhil – RSS Fellow

Research Gate RG is a research networking site where scientists and researchers share their research articles, papers, book chapters, funding proposals, and all else relevant to research endeavour.  Research Gate RG is now the largest and most active academic social network according to Nature and Times Higher Education, and provides a high-level interactive forum for knowledge and expertise exchange to researchers…

Critiquing Personality Theory – The Self, the Other, and Society: Double lecture to appear in the Cognitive Social Science eJournal – Aug 2017.

Are each of us unique or predisposed to live our lives according to predetermined generalities predicted by decades of research on human behaviour? Or do we possess free will and degrees of freedom from which we can choose our own destiny? This double-lecture download introduces the concept of social cognition and personality theory as a way to study human…

SSRN Top 10% Author Ranking World-Wide

We are delighted to announce that our publication download rank for our researcher Michelle B. Cowley on the Social Science Research Network has now officially risen to the Top 10% of social science authors world-wide. The Social Science Research Network is an industry-standard library database where academic and applied industry-research can be uploaded and disseminated throughout a…

IN PRESS with Lambert Academic Publishing – Forthcoming book May/June 2017. ‘Hypothesis Testing: How We Foresee Falsification in Competitive Games’

IN PRESS with Lambert Academic Publishing  – Forthcoming book May/June 2017. IN PRESS Title – ‘Hypothesis Testing: How We Foresee Falsification in Competitive Games’ by Michelle Cowley. We are delighted to announce that a book examining human behaviour in contexts relevant to a core branch of statistics, namely formal epistemology, is about to be released by Lambert Academic Publishing.…

How Jurors Understand Random-Match-Probabilities and Judges’ Directions when Reasoning about DNA. Forthcoming report in the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation, Vol.3(5): April 2017.

DNA evidence is one of the most significant modern advances in the search for truth since the cross examination, but its format as a random-match-probability makes it difficult for people to assign an appropriate probative value (Koehler, 2001). We are about to publish a report in the Journal of Forensic Science & Criminal Investigation that examines what specific…

Forthcoming Paper in Econometrics: Econometric & Statistical Methods – General eJournal.

For the budding business strategists amongst you who are wondering about the difference between novices and experts in strategic contexts requiring higher-order-reasoning, my forthcoming paper  “Chess Masters’ Hypothesis Testing in Games of Dynamic Equilibrium” will be available soon in the Econometrics: Econometric & Statistical Methods eJournal – General. (Photo credit: http://www.chess.com) This paper will also be distributed in the Social Science Research Network…