Assistant Professor, Psychology, Concordia University
Dr. Jordan Richard Schoenherr is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology (Concordia University), an Adjunct Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and a member of the Institute for Data Science (Carleton University). His primary areas of interest are learning and decision-making and metacognition with application in medical education, organizational behaviour (incivility, insider threat, and knowledge management), cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence (ethical AI and XAI).
A former postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa's Skills and Simulation Centre (uOSSC) and a visiting scholar at the US Military Academy's (West Point) Army Cyber Institute. He has acted as a consultant for the Ombudsman, Integrity, and Resolution Office (Health Canada / PHAC), the Office of the Chief Scientist (Health Canada), and currently works as an advisor at the Canadian Border Services Agency. His focus has been on workplace incivility, scientific integrity, ethical models of cybersecurity, and education assessment and evaluation.
He is the author of Ethical Artificial Intelligence from Popular to Cognitive Science.
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