This book offers an overview of recent research on the psychology of judgment and decision making, the field that investigates the processes by which people draw conclusions, reach evaluations, and make choices. An introductory, historically oriented chapter provides a way of viewing the overall structure of the field, its recent trends, and its possible directions. Subsequent sections present significant recent papers by prominent researchers, organized to reveal the currents, connections, and controversies that animate the field. Current trends in the field are illustrated with papers from ongoing streams of research. The papers on qconnectionsq explore memory, explanation and argument, affect, attitudes, and motivation. Finally, a section on qcontroversiesq presents problem representation, domain knowledge, content specificity, rule-governed versus rule-described behavior, and proposals for radical departures and new beginnings in the field. Students and researchers in psychology who have an interest in cognitive processes will find this text to be rewarding reading.Both models - the AIWA and the SONY - seem attractive, both are well priced, and both are on sale. The decision maker needs to determine whether she is better off with a cheaper, popular model, or with a more expensive and sophisticatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Research on Judgment and Decision Making|
|Author||:||William M. Goldstein, Robin M. Hogarth|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1997-06-13|