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Niklas Keller


Associated Researcher


My research focusses on the design of simple and robust decision aids for use in situations characterized by time pressure, stress, and high stakes (military, police, emergency medical services); designing interventions for the transparent and intuitive communication of risk and uncertainty; and assessing and counteracting defensive decision making in organizational contexts. 



Fields of Interest:

  • Defensive Decision Making
  • Risk Literacy and Risk Comunication
  • Translational Data Science


Selected Publications:

  • Keller, N., Feufel, M.A., Kendel, F., Spies, C., Gigerenzer, G. (2017). Training medical students how to extract, assess, and communicate evidence from an article. Medical Education, 51(11), 1191-1192.
  • Keller, N., & Katsikopoulos, K.V. (2016). Some possible pitfalls when importing behavioural science to OR; and a demonstration in military stability operations. European Journal of Operations Research, 249, 1063-1073.

  • Bosse, G. & Keller, N. (shared), Föhre B., König, S., & Spies, C. (2016). Strukturierte Patientenübergabe im Aufwachraum. AINS – Anästhesiologie, Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Schmerztherapie, 51(2), 77-78.

  • Hautz, S. C., Hautz, W. E., Keller, N., Feufel, M. A., & Spies, C. (2015). The scholar role in the National Competence Based Catalogues of Learning Objectives for Undergraduate Medical Education (NKLM) compared to other international frameworks. GMS German Medical Science, 13(20), eCollection 2015.

  • Keller, N., U. Czienskowski & M.A. Feufel (2014): Tying up loose ends: a method for constructing and evaluating decision aids that meet blunt and sharp-end goals, Ergonomics, DOI: 10.1080/00140139.2014.91720


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