Martin Tusler named one of the "most highly cited researchers" by Thomson Reuters

October 22, 2014

Thomson Reuters’ World’s Most Scientific Minds 2014

Martin Tusler, research associate, psychology, and member, Behavioral Decision Making Initiative; and David Weinberg, professor, astronomy, and Distinguished Professor of Mathematical and Physical Sciences; have been named two of the "most highly cited researchers" by Thomson Reuters in recognition of ranking among the top 1 percent of researchers for most cited documents in their specific field. Thomson Reuters analyzes data using its Web of Science and InCites platforms to determine which researchers have produced work that is most frequently acknowledged by peers. Tusler was cited in the field of Social Sciences, General; and Weinberg in the field of Space Science.

Source: College of Arts and Sciences News & Updates, 10/22/14