Expert Decision Making in Burglars

@inproceedings{Nee2006ExpertDM,
  title={Expert Decision Making in Burglars},
  author={Claire Nee and Amy Meenaghan},
  year={2006}
}
This paper begins by reviewing research on the cognitive processing used by residential burglars when choosing targets. We then attempt to make links between this processing and the notion of expertise in the broader cognitive literature, to the extent that, in comparison with novices, processing appears removed from explicit deliberation, tasks are carried out speedily and methodically, and recognition of relevant stimuli or cues is extremely fast, if not instantaneous. We then present new… CONTINUE READING

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