Decision Modes in Complex Task Environments Paperback / softback
Despite intense research on decision-making in action, we still know little about when decision-makers rely on deliberate vs. intuitive decision-making in decision situations under complexity and uncertainty.
Building on default-interventionist dual-processing theory, this book studies decision-making modes (deliberate vs. intuitive) in complex task environments contingent on perceived complexity, experience, and decision style preference.
We find that relatively inexperienced decision-makers respond to increases in subjective complexity with an increase in deliberation and tend to follow their decision style preference.
Experienced decision-makers are less guided by their decision preference and respond to increases in subjective complexity only minimally.
This book contributes to a developing stream of research linking decision-making with intra-personal and environmental properties and fosters our understanding of the conditions under which decision-makers rely on intuitive vs. deliberate decision modes. In doing so, we go one step further towards a comprehensive theory of decision-making in action.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 168 pages, 12 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 30/05/2017
- Category: Decision theory: general
- ISBN: 9781138748460