Concepts in Judgment and Decision Research: Definitions, Sources, Interrelations and Comments(1981)
Judgement and decision making is an intellectual crossroad. Researchers and practitioners from all fields come to exchange ideas. Yet the exchange is only partial, for the participants speak in a variety of dialects. They use the same word--risk, tradeoff, utility--for differing concepts. They use different words--composition rule and organizing principle, synergistic and nondecomposable, and classical and canonical probability for the same concepts. This book is designed to remedy this problem. The authors discuss the basics needed for translation and transliteration by defining each major concept and providing its source, usage, current status and relationship with other concepts.
- Decision making
Publication DateOctober, 1981
PublisherPraeger Publishers Inc
Citation InformationBarry F Anderson, Donald H. Deane, Kenneth R. Hammond, Gary H. McClelland, et al.. Concepts in Judgment and Decision Research: Definitions, Sources, Interrelations and Comments. (1981)
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