Cultural differences in dynamic decision-making strategies in a non-linear, time-delayed task

@article{Gss2011CulturalDI,
  title={Cultural differences in dynamic decision-making strategies in a non-linear, time-delayed task},
  author={C. Dominik G{\"u}ss and Dietrich D{\"o}rner},
  journal={Cognitive Systems Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={365-376}
}
People in every culture must deal with time and the uncertainties of the future. This study investigates how people in five countries make decisions in the dynamic simulation COLDSTORE with its non-linear time development (Reichert & Dörner, 1988). We expected that, (1) as in the original study (Reichert, 1986), only 20% of all participants would deal adequately with the simulation; (2) an adapting, cautious decision-making strategy would be most successful, and an extreme oscillating decision… CONTINUE READING

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