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Risk Research Fellow Receives Two Prestigious Awards

Published: 30 May 2014

Dr Itiel Dror, a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Risk Research, recently received two prestigious awards from the Association for Business Psychology.

Dr Dror's ABP awards

Dr Dror received the ABP 2014 Annual Award for 'Excellence in Training' for his work in improving decision making and reducing bias in expert domains. Furthermore, he also received the ABP Chairman's Award, for overall recognition across all the 17 categories, for the best achievements for 'Excellence in Business Psychology'.

The ABP Awards recognise excellence in business psychology and offer a distinctive platform for the celebration of excellence in Business Psychology. They focus on demonstrating how applying an understanding of the science of human behaviour can impact and deliver practical value to organisations. 

The judges commented that Dr. Dror's work is: "Truly outstanding and inspiring", "innovative, breaking entirely new ground in a most challenging context - already being used around the world", and "Entirely focused on application of conceptual models - underpinned by deep research".

Dr Dror is Principle Consultant for Cognitive Consultants International Ltd. His academic work relates to theoretical issues underlying human performance and cognition. His research examines the information processing involved in perception, judgment and decision making. Dr. Itiel Dror has published dozens of peer-reviewed scientific articles and serves as Associate Editor and on the Editorial Boards of several scientific journals.

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