Judgment and Decision Making (Bps Textbooks in Psychology)

  • 320 Pages
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Blackwell Publishers
Cognition & cognitive psychology, Applied Psychology, Decision-Making (Psychological Aspects), Psych
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL11650051M
ISBN 101405123982
ISBN 139781405123983

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For those Condemned to Study the Past: Reflections on Historical Judgment 5. The Early History of Hindsight Research 6. Hypothesis Evaluation from a Bayesian Perspective 7. 47 Judgment and Decision Making Original chapter by Max H. Bazerman adapted by the Queen’s University Psychology Department This Open Access chapter was originally written for the NOBA project.

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Judgment and Decision Making 2. Amos Tversky 3. Hindsight Foresight: The Effect of Outcome Knowledge on Judgment Under Uncertainty 4. For those Condemned to Study the Past: Reflections on Historical Judgment 5. The Early History of Hindsight Research 6.

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