Uso de cookies

En las páginas web de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar nuestros servicios mediante el análisis de sus hábitos de navegación. Al continuar con la navegación, entendemos que se acepta nuestra política de cookies. "Normas de uso"

Verlin B. Hinsz


Verlin B. Hinsz

Verlin B. Hinsz
North Dakota State University  US

Verlin B. Hinsz, Ph.D., is professor at North Dakota State University in Fargo having served over 31 years in various professor and administrative roles.  His research and teaching efforts broadly cover work, organizational, and social psychology.  He has published over 90 articles and chapters, and has been involved in over 190 national and international research presentations.  The primary focus of his research is on the thought processes and social influences that impact the judgments and decisions of groups and individuals which ultimately affect their task performance.  His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, National Institutes of Health, US Department of Agriculture and others.  Professor Hinsz also consults with federal research agencies.  Professor Hinsz is a Fellow of seven professional organizations, serves on a National Research Council review panel, and has received awards from NDSU for his research efforts and mentoring activities.


Project:  Professor Verlin Hinsz intends to focus his stay on a number of research projects related to his interests in social and informational factors that influence group and individual judgments and decisions such as those of members of workgroups in organizations.  These interests overlap with the research activities of a number of faculty members in the management and marketing programs.  One of his goals is to have productive interactions with a number of faculty members in areas of mutual interest.  These interactions may result in collaborative research publications and presentations on topics such as how shared and unshared cognition influences the actions of workgroup members, the ways information is processed in interacting workgroups, motivated safety and security behavior, motivation in workgroups, and mathematical models of behavior in organizations.  A specific project is a manuscript on a theory of cooperative group decision making.

Stay period: JAN 15 - JUL 15