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Michael H. Birnbaum in 2015 Michael H. Birnbaum is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at California State University, Fullerton. He conducts research in the fields of judgment and decision making, psychophysical and social judgment, and mathematical models of behavior. Michael Birnbaum was founder and Director of the Decision Research Center from 1986 until 2020; in 1991 he was named the university's Outstanding Professor. He has more than 150 professional publications. Books include: Measurement, Judgment, and Decision Making (1998), Psychological Experiments on the Internet (2000), and Introduction to Behavioral Research on the Internet (2001). Professor Birnbaum has been the president of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Society for Judgment and Decision Making, and Society for Computers in Psychology. In 2014, Birnbaum was named winner of the L. Donald Shields Excellence in Scholarship and Creativity Award. Birnbaum retired from teaching in 2020, giving his last in-person lecture on March 12, just before the COVID-19 shut-down, and finished his last semester by Online methods. Since 2020, he conducts research in the Decision Research Center. Picture of Michael Birnbaum
Email: mbirnbaum@fullerton.edu

Phone: 657-278-2102
Fax: 657-278-7134

Mailing Address:
   Prof. Michael H. Birnbaum
   Department of Psychology
   California State University, Fullerton
   P. O. Box 6846
   Fullerton, CA 92834-6846, USA
Vita of Michael H. Birnbaum Recent Publications
On-line Decision Calculators surveyWiz and factorWiz Programs. (JavaScript Programs for On-line research.)
Prof. Birnbaum Course Websites.

A list of programs that you can download

Mance Lipscomb-Texas Songster Bayesian Research Conference Info. (Historical)
Advanced Training Institute in Social Psychology: Internet Research Decision Research Center History

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. SBR-9410572, SES-9986436, and BCS-0129453. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.