Trust, Confidence, and Expertise in a Judge-Advisor System.

@article{Sniezek2001TrustCA,
  title={Trust, Confidence, and Expertise in a Judge-Advisor System.},
  author={Janet A. Sniezek and Lyn M. Van Swol},
  journal={Organizational behavior and human decision processes},
  year={2001},
  volume={84 2},
  pages={288-307}
}
The relationship between trust, confidence, and expertise in Judge-Advisor Systems is examined in two experiments with Judge-Advisor pairs, one with strangers and another with participants in ongoing relationships. There was expertise asymmetry so that Judges had less expertise than their Advisors. The dyads could receive money for accurate Judge decisions. Either the Judge or Advisor had the power to allocate this money between dyad members, before task interaction in study one and after task… CONTINUE READING