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End-User Behavior and Prospect Pricing in Wireless Data Networks


During the first year of the project, the analytical work and the development of a testbed for psychophysics studies was carried out by Leonard Park, a PhD student in ECE. The experiments were performed by one graduate student, Neha Sinha, a senior undergraduate, Alysia Tsui, and a junior undergraduate, Jiayu Lu, all from the Psychology department. Sinha has completed her PhD thesis and is about to start as a postdoctoral researcher at Rutgers University, Newark. Tsui has also graduated with her undergraduate degree in Psychology. Jiayu Lu is directing new undergraduate research assistants in the collection and analysis of the data during the second year of the project. Participation in the project equips undergraduates with valuable statistical data analysis skills that increase their employment opportunities.