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Decision making from a cognitive perspective

Decision making from a cognitive perspective

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Published by Academic Press in San Diego, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Jerome Busemeyer, Reid Hastie and Douglas L. Medin.
SeriesThe psychology of learning and motivation : advances in research and theory -- vol.32
ContributionsBusemeyer, Jerome., Hastie, Reid., Medin, Douglas L.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16487876M

This book describes strategic decision making, a flexible yet evidenced-based approach to working through decision points in order to move treatment forward in cognitive behavioral therapy. It dispels the myth that there is a single "right" therapeutic intervention that must be delivered in any one instance; in fact, many courses of action can Pages: Estes, W. K. (). Comments on directions and limitations of current efforts towards theories of decision making. In T. S. Wallsten (Ed.), Cognitive processes in choice and decision behavior. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Google ScholarCited by: 3.

The naturalistic decision making (NDM) framework emerged as a means of studying how people make decisions and perform cognitively complex functions in demanding, real-world situations. These include situations marked by limited time, uncertainty, high stakes, team and organizational constraints, unstable conditions, and varying amounts of experience. This is a focused text, considering a range of methods, issues and concepts in management decision making. Written from the perspective of a student/manager unfamiliar and/or uncomfortable with mathematics, the text considers a range of established decision making methods and presents them in the context of a need to develop an inclusive and /5(60).

Decision-making involves weighing alternatives and choosing between them. People don’t always make rational decisions. In the s, economist Herbert Simon proposed that people’s capacity to process and evaluate multiple alternatives limits their ability to make rational decisions. Because it. It is important to keep in mind that reasoning and decision making are closely connected to each other: Decision making in many cases happens with a previous process of reasoning. People’s everyday life is decisively coined by the synchronized appearance of these two human cognitive features.


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This guest-edited special issue is devoted to research and discussion on decision making from a cognitive Edition: 1. of decisions and decision making is presented.

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The chapter first discusses the “open-loop” view of decision making that has dominated the field for many decades, beginning with a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Cognitive approaches to judgment and decision making / Reid Hastie and Nancy Pennington --And let us not forget memory ; the role of memory processes and techniques in the study of judgment and choice / Elke U.

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Decision making is one of the basic cognitive processes of human behaviors by which a preferred option or a course of actions is chosen from among a set of alternatives based on certain criteria.

Decision Neuroscience addresses fundamental questions about how the brain makes perceptual, value-based, and more complex decisions in non-social and social contexts. This book presents compelling neuroimaging, electrophysiological, lesional, and neurocomputational models in combination with hormonal and genetic approaches, which have led to a clearer understanding of the neural.

Every day, people are inundated with decisions, big and small. Understanding how people arrive at their choices is an area of cognitive psychology that has received attention. Theories have been generated to explain how people make decisions, and.

Cognitive Perspective In the process of learning that particular behaviors can lead to particular goals, expectations about the goals are established and the goals acquire values. One cognitive approach to motivation, called expectancy‐value theory, stresses that the probability of occurrence of behavior depends upon individuals' perception.

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