Susan Joslyn

Susan Joslyn is an associate professor of psychology at University of Washington. She is a cognitive psychologist whose research is on decision-making under uncertainty, such as those involving severe weather, climate change, and medical treatment. Her highly interdisciplinary approach makes important theoretical contributions to the psychology of decision-making as well as having implications for best practices in uncertainty communication techniques in several domains. The American Psychological Association recognized the quality of her work with a New Investigator Award in 1999 and a Best Paper Award in 2012. She serves on the Pacific Northwest Integrated Weather Team and the Advisory Board for the Alliance for Integrative Approaches to Extreme Weather Events.

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