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Judgment, Choice, Human Decision-Making

27 Dec 2015 20:28

That is, how we actually make decisions, as opposed to mathematical theories about how rational agent ought to make decisions. Those theories are certainly not good approximations to what we actually do, which inclines me to question how they model "rationality", but that's another story for another time...

See also: Artificial Intelligence; Artificial Intelligence and Natural Folly; Cognitive Science; Clinical versus Actuarial Judgment; Evolutionary Psychology; Institutions and Organizations; Machine Learning, Statistical Inference and Induction; Management; Neuropsychology; Political Decision-Making; Statistics


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