Judgment-based and Reasoning-based Stopping Rules in Decision Making under Uncertainty

@inproceedings{Curley1995JudgmentbasedAR,
  title={Judgment-based and Reasoning-based Stopping Rules in Decision Making under Uncertainty},
  author={Shawn P. Curley},
  year={1995}
}
1 AB.S'T RA CT As a practical matter, people necessarily use some kind of stopping criterion to take actions in the world. Frequently, stopping is dictated by intema/factors or aspects of the decision maker's thinking. One such aspect is the individual's internal assessment of whether enough information has been obtained. This research investigates the bases for this assessment What underlies the individual's assessment that she has and asks from a cognitive perspective: obtained enough… CONTINUE READING
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