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EFFECTS OF DISTRACTIONS ON DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES by APARNA KRISHNAN

@inproceedings{Kurtzberg2014EFFECTSOD,
  title={EFFECTS OF DISTRACTIONS ON DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES by APARNA KRISHNAN},
  author={Terri R. Kurtzberg},
  year={2014}
}
This dissertation focuses on how distractions affect decision-making. The distractions studied here are in the form of text-messaging using a mobile phone in the context of interdependent decision-making tasks such as a negotiation. The effects are studies under two types of negotiations: distributive (one that requires participants to be competitive) versus collaborative (interests of both parties are similar). Through a series of four experimental studies, the effects of distractions were… 

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