The Cognitive Psychometrics Lab studies methods and models for applied and abstract notions of group consensus along with cognitive models of behavior. The applied consensus models are memory models that aim to accurately put together data gathered from multiple sources that may disagree with one another. Our abstract game theoretic models use analytic and computational methods to determine and predict behavior of abstract agents on a network.
Theoretic work furthers our understanding of game theory and will be of interest to those studying agent-based game theoretic models. Research in measurement models are applicable to data collectors and methodologists who have need to make sense of data sources where human inaccuracy and individual bias may play a large role.