Inferring rule-based strategies in dynamic judgment tasks: toward a noncompensatory formulation of the lens model

@article{Rothrock2003InferringRS,
  title={Inferring rule-based strategies in dynamic judgment tasks: toward a noncompensatory formulation of the lens model},
  author={Ling Rothrock and Alex Kirlik},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A},
  year={2003},
  volume={33},
  pages={58-72}
}
Performers in time-stressed, information-rich tasks develop rule-based, simplification strategies to cope with the severe cognitive demands imposed by judgment and decision making. Linear regression modeling, proven useful for describing judgment in a wide range of static tasks, may provide misleading accounts of these heuristics. That approach assumes cue-weighting and cueintegration are well described by compensatory strategies. In contrast, evidence suggests that heuristic strategies in… CONTINUE READING
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