Stephen Edgell, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Greetings! This is Steve Edgell's home page. I was a professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Louisville. My research interests included cognitive processes in judgment and decision making, medical decision making, probabilistic categorization, diagnosis and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, mathematical models, connectionist models, decision analysis, and statistics. I taught courses in these areas at both the graduate (Ph.D.) level and the undergraduate level.

Education

Undergraduate Training

  • A.A. in Mathematics, 1968, El Camino Junior College, Gardena, California (1965-1968)
  • A.B. in Psychology, 1970, California State University, Long Beach, California (1968-1970)

Graduate Training

  • Ph.D. in Mathematical Psychology with a minor in Mathematics, 1974, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (1970-1974)
  • M.A. in Mathematics, 1987, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Research Interest

  • Cognitive processes in Decision Making using mathematical models

Courses Often Taught

  • Statistics