Research with patriot air defense officers: Examining information order effects

Adelman, Leonard; Bresnick, Terry
June 1996
Human Factors;Jun1996, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p250
Academic Journal
Examines information order effects with Patriot air defense officers. Identification of the four key features of naturalistic decision making; Focus on testing the generality of the Hogarth and Einhorn belief-updating model; Effect on probability estimates; Late order multiplied to initial information results for engagements.


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