Studying complex decision making in natural settings: using a head-mounted video camera to study competitive orienteering.

@article{Omodei1994StudyingCD,
  title={Studying complex decision making in natural settings: using a head-mounted video camera to study competitive orienteering.},
  author={M M Omodei and John McLennan},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1994},
  volume={79 3 Pt 2},
  pages={1411-25}
}
Head-mounted video recording is described as a potentially powerful method for studying decision making in natural settings. Most alternative data-collection procedures are intrusive and disruptive of the decision-making processes involved while conventional video-recording procedures are either impractical or impossible. As a severe test of the robustness of the methodology we studied the decision making of 6 experienced orienteers who carried a head-mounted light-weight video camera as they… CONTINUE READING

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