Peter D. Kvam, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Peter is a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at the University of Florida. His research interestes include judgment and decision-making, cognitive modeling, and new methods for studying psychology and cognitive processes. Current projects include disordered decision making in substance dependent individuals, differences between binary and multi-alternative decisions or continuous ratings, and computational methods for studying neural and evolutionary processes.

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We're looking for new lab members!

The newly-formed Cognition & Decision Modeling Laboratory is looking for new graduate students (to start in Fall 2020) as well as new research assistants (to start as soon as possible). We have both for-credit and paid RA positions available. If you are interested in working in the lab, feel free to contact Dr. Kvam at

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