Social Judgment and Decision Making

Social Judgment and Decision Making

by Joachim I. Krueger

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ISBN-13: 9781136988578
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/04/2012
Series: Frontiers of Social Psychology
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 315
File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

Part 1. The Processes of Judgment and Decision Making. T. Gilovich, J. Cone, E. Rosenzweig, Where the Mind Goes: The Influence of Endogenous Priming on Thought and Behavior. P. Fischer, J.K. Köppl, D. Frey, S.E.G. Lea, The Cognitive Economy Model of Selective Exposure: Integrating Motivational and Cognitive Accounts of Confirmatory Information Search. B.K. Payne, J.L.B. Iannuzzi, Automatic and Controlled Decision Making: A Process Dissociation Perspective. J.I. Krueger, The (Ir)rationality Project in Social Psychology: A Review and Assessment. Part 2. Measurement Issues. H. Blanton, J. Jaccard, Irrational Numbers: Quantifying Accuracy and Error. L. Jussim, S.T. Stevens, E. Salib, The Extraordinary Strengths of Social Judgment: A Review Based on the Goodness of Judgment Index. J. Ullrich, A Multivariate Approach to Ambivalence Models: It’s More Than Meets the IV. Part 3. Ecological Rationality. U. Hoffrage, R. Hertwig, Simple Heuristics in a Complex Social World. J. Denrrell, G.L. Mens, Social Judgments from Adaptive Samples. K. Fiedler, J.I. Krueger, More Than an Artifact: Regression as a Theoretical Construct. Part 4. Applications. P.M. Todd, S.S. Place, R.I. Bowers, Simple Heuristics for Mate Choice Decisions. P. DeScioli, R. Kurzban, The Company You Keep: Friendship Decisions From a Functional Perspective. R.P. Larrick, J.B. Soll, A.E. Mannes, The Social Psychology of the Wisdom of Crowds. L.L. Shu, C.J. Tsay, M.H. Bazerman, Cognitive, Affective, and Special-Interest Barriers to Policy Making. J. Baron, Where Do Non-Utilitarian Moral Rules Come From?

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