Process and Structure in Human Decision Making

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Process and Structure in Human Decision Making

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780471919773
  • DDC分類 153.83

Contents

Part 1 Theory: information-processing operators in decision making, Oswald Huber; from cognition to action - the search for dominance in decision making, Henry Montgomery; rules and strategies in decision making - a critical analysis from phenomenological perspective, Gunnar Karlsson. Part 2 Method: eliciting and analyzing verbal protocols in process studies of judgement and decision making, Ola Svenson; illustrating verbal protocol analysis - individual decisions and dialogues preceding a joint decision, Ola Svenson; three methods for analyzing decision making using written documents, Irmtraud N.Gallhofer and Willem E.Saris. Part 3 Experimental studies: a think-aloud study of dominance structuring in decision processes, Henry Montgomery and Ola Svenson; information search and evaluative processes in decision making - a computer-based process-tracing study, Ulf Dahlstrand and Henry Montgomery; positive and negative decision frames - a verbal protocol analysis of the Asian disease problem of Tversky and Kahneman, A.John Maule; preselection, uncertainty of preferences and information processing in human decision making, Tadeusz Tyszka; structuring and evaluating simple monetary risks, Rob Ranyard; information search and decision making - the effect of information displays, Gunilla A.Sundstroem; change of preferences under time pressure - choices and judgements, Ola Svenson and Anne Edland. Part 4 Societal decision making: scenario analysis and energy politics - the disclosure of causal structures in decision making, Anders Biel and Henry Montgomery; the credibility of inflation-related scenarios of different lengths, Goran Nilsson; postdecisional justification - the case of De Lorean, Ray Crozier; decision trees and decision rules in politics - the empirical decision analysis procedure, Irmtraud N.Gallhofer and Willem E.Saris.