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Martin Dockendorff, M.Sc.


After completing his Master's degree in Cognitive Science at ENS in Paris, Martin worked for a year as a research assistant in CVBE. During this period, Martin was primarily involved in designing and conducting a series of experiments on collective decision-making. In particular, these experiments were designed to address two main questions: a) does collective decision-making contribute to reducing individual bias in questions for which the correct answer falls outside the range of individual opinions (so-called "implausible" truths), and b) how will individuals and groups behave when asked to make predictions about future events. Martin is now a PhD student at the Central European University in Budapest, where he is working on communication and joint action under the supervision of Gunther Knoblich and Cordula Vesper.