Incomplete Information, Inferences, and Individual Differences: The Case of Environmental Judgments.

@article{Ebenbach2000IncompleteII,
  title={Incomplete Information, Inferences, and Individual Differences: The Case of Environmental Judgments.},
  author={Ebenbach and Moore},
  journal={Organizational behavior and human decision processes},
  year={2000},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={1-27}
}
  • Ebenbach, Moore
  • Published 2000 in
    Organizational behavior and human decision…
A model for inference of missing information is explicated and tested in two studies (Ns = 74, 76) of judgments about two environmental issues (endangered species reintroduction and the siting of a waste processing facility). Participants made judgments of scenarios in which information relevant to the judgment was varied orthogonally and, in some cases, relevant information was missing. The results showed individual differences-as well as intraindividual differences-in the assumptions… CONTINUE READING
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