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About Mark Pezzo

Dr. Pezzo’s research focuses on judgmental biases. He examines the interface between motivational and cognitive processes (i.e., self-presentation vs. sensemaking) in a number of areas, including hindsight bias, planning fallacy, numerosity judgments, perceptions of offensiveness, and the spread of rumors. His most recent work has been moving toward more applied settings, including medical judgments.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
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Courses

  • Philosophy of Science (Honors Seminar)
  • Racism & Prejudice (Honors Seminar)
  • Computer Programming in Psychology
  • Psychological Statistics (traditional and ONLINE)
  • Psychology of Gender
  • Sensation & Perception
  • Psychology of Business
  • Introductory Psychology
  • Motivation
  • Advanced Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Social Cognition Seminar

Education

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Ph.D., Ohio University ‐ Experimental Psychology (Social/Cognition)
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M.S., Ohio University ‐ Experimental Psychology (Social/Cognition)
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Contact Information

DAV 113
727-873-4020
pezzo@usfsp.edu

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Publications (19)