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Ten years on: A review of recent research on the Job Demand–Control (-Support) model and psychological well-being
Abstract In 1999, van der Doef and Maes published a systematic review focusing on the Job-Demand–Control (JDC) model (Karasek, 1979) and the Job Demand–Control (-Support) (JDCS) model (Johnson &Expand
Confirmation bias in sequential information search after preliminary decisions: an expansion of dissonance theoretical research on selective exposure to information.
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The authors show that an even stronger preference for supporting information arises if information is presented and processed sequentially instead of simultaneously, and demonstrate that this stronger confirmation bias is due to sequential presentation and not to sequential processing of information. Expand
Group Decision Making Under Conditions of Distributed Knowledge: The Information Asymmetries Model.
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It is proposed that groups can outperform individual decision makers and voting schemes if certain asymmetries in information distribution are present and certain asymmets in information processing are absent. Expand
Preference-consistent evaluation of information in the hidden profile paradigm: beyond group-level explanations for the dominance of shared information in group decisions.
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It was determined that this effect is due to preference-consistent evaluation of information that constitutes an individual-level process mediating the failure of group members to solve hidden profiles. Expand
Group decision making in hidden profile situations: dissent as a facilitator for decision quality.
The effect of diversity in individual prediscussion preferences on group decision quality was examined in an experiment in which 135 three-person groups worked on a personnel selection case with 4Expand
Biased information search in group decision making.
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Functional and dysfunctional aspects of biased information seeking in group decision making are discussed and differences between homogeneous and heterogeneous groups reflect group-level processes. Expand
Selective exposure to information: the impact of information limits
In research on selective exposure to information, people have been found to predominantly seek information supporting rather than conflicting with their opinion. In most of these studies,Expand
Information sampling and group decision making: the effects of an advocacy decision procedure and task experience.
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Examination of the impact of an advocacy group decision procedure versus unstructured discussion and task experience shows that advocacy groups discussed both more shared and unshared information than free-discussion groups. Expand
Expectancy confirmation in spite of disconfirming evidence: The case of price increases due to the introduction of the Euro
People in Germany overwhelmingly believe that the Euro introduction caused an overall price increase, however, no such increase actually took place. To investigate whether this disparity could beExpand
The dissemination of critical, unshared information in decision-making groups: the effects of pre-discussion dissent
Previous research in group decision making has found that in situations of a hidden profile (i.e. the best choice alternative is hidden from individual members as they consider their pre-discussionExpand
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