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Judgment and decision making: neo-Brunswikian and process-tracing approaches

Author: Juslin, Peter Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 344 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0805832548Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Judgment and Decision Making Neo-Brunswikian and Process-Tracing Approaches Contents 1. Introduction and Historical Remarks Peter Juslin and Henry Montgomery 1 PART I: JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING IN AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT 2. Reasonable Decision Making in Complex Environments Berndt Brehmer 7 9 3. Goal Achievement and Mental Models in Everyday Decision Making Anders Jansson 23 4. Mental Processes in Intelligence Tests and Dynamic Decision Making Tasks Georgios Rigas and Berndt Brehmer 45 5. Computational Models of Subjective Probability Calibration Peter Juslin and Henrik Olsson 67 6. "I Was Well-Calibrated All Along": Assessing Accuracy in Retrospect Anders Winman and Peter Juslin 97 PART II: JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING AS MENTAL PROCESSES 7. Feelings of Confidence and the Realism of Confidence Judgments in Everyday Life Carl Martin Allwood and Pär Anders Granhag 121 123 vii viii 8. Decision Making and Action: The Search for a Good Structure Henry Montgomery and Helena Willén CONTENTS 147 9. Differentiation and Consolidation Theory: Decision Making Processes Before and After a Choice Ola Svenson 175 10. The Role of Mental Accounting in Everyday Economic Decision Making Tommy Garling, Niklas Karlsson, and Marcus Selart 199 11. Attitudes, Values, and Opinions: Models and Dynamics Lennart Sjoberg 219 PART III: JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING IN A SOCIAL CONTEXT 12. The Importance of Fairness for Cooperation Public-Goods Dilemmas Anders Biel, Daniel Eek, and Tommy Garling 243 245 13. Contingency and Value in Social Decision Making Marcus Selart and Daniel Eek 261 14. (Dis) Agreement in Peer Review Sven Hemlin 275 PART IV: COMMENTARIES 15. Mats Björkman and Swedish Studies of Judgment and Decision Making Kenneth R. Hammond 303 305 16. Well-Calibrated Claims About Difficult Questions Baruch Fischhoff 321 327 337 Author Index Subject Index

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