Research/Areas of Interest:

Cognitive Psychology


Dan Barch, PhD, is a part-time faculty member of the Psychology Department and a data scientist at RTI International. He is a cognitive psychologist whose research interests include decision-making under conditions of risk and uncertainty, probabilistic reasoning, and human memory. At Tufts, Dr. Barch has taught Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Advanced Statistics, Experimental Design, and Reasoning and Decision Making. Dr. Barch has also worked extensively in the field of public health, producing academic papers and presentations and contributing to reports for the Department of Health and Human Services. He is the author of the upcoming book "Statistics for Everybody", due in stores and online in Fall 2019 from Kendall Hunt publishing.