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User Researcher at Microsoft (Experis)

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
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Work Experience

Ronin Scholar

Ronin Institute

December 2018 - Present

Board of Directors - Member

Journal of Young Investigators

January 2015 - Present

Instructor of Record

University of South Florida

August 2013 - May 2019

Doctoral Researcher

University of South Florida

August 2013 - May 2019

Lead Qualitative Analyst

Federal Demonstration Partnership

August 2014 - September 2018

Executive Board - Senior Research Editor

Journal of Young Investigators

February 2011 - August 2012

Education

PhD in Cognition, Neuroscience, and Social Psychology

University of South Florida

August 2013 - May 2019

MA in Experimental Psychology

University of West Florida

August 2011 - May 2013

BA in Psychology

Saint Leo University

January 2009 - May 2011

Certifications
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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Talboy, A.N., Schneider, S.L.(2018). Improving Understanding of Diagnostic Test Outcomes . Medical Decision Making. 38. (5). p. 573-583.
Talboy, A.N., Schneider, S.L.(2018). Focusing on What Matters: Restructuring the Presentation of Bayesian Reasoning Problems . Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
Talboy, A.N., Schneider, S.L.(2017). Improving Accuracy on Bayesian Inference Problems Using a Brief Tutorial . Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 30. (2). p. 373-388.