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Judgment and Decision Making: Psychological Perspectives (BPS Textbooks in Psychology) Paperback – 30 Jan 2009
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"A refreshingly accessible text that explores the wide variety of ways people make judgements." ( The Psychologist, January 2009)
A readable, incisive and eloquent introduction to a fascinating field: short, snappy, scholarly and up to date. Hardman tells the reader what they need to know about judgment and decision making, as well as why they need to know it.
Professor Nick Chater, Cognitive and Decision Sciences, University College London
Very clearly written, an engagingly wide sampling of key topics in JDM, and solidly based in the core classic and recent literature. Perhaps the best JDM teaching text I have seen.
Terry Connolly, Eller Professor of Management and Organizations, University of Arizona and Past President of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making
This book takes students seriously. It gives them excellent coverage of judgment and decision making, revealing the richness of the ideas that have been developed in this area over the last couple of decades. The writing is crisp, the tone is friendly, and the dual emphasis on theory and its relevance to practical concerns is clear from the start.
Nigel Harvey, Professor of Judgment and Decision Research, University College London
David Hardman′s book on judgment and decision making is the best textbook I have read in the field. The book presents a complete, detailed and updated view of findings and research in decision sciences. I was impressed by how succinctly the author discusses complicated themes in the field. I was also impressed by the broad coverage of topics, including classical ones as well as emerging topics, such as dynamic decision making and naturalistic approaches. This is simply the most complete textbook on judgment and decision making in existence today. Definitely an excellent choice to use in the classroom in introductory decision science courses.
Cleotilde Gonzalez, Associate Research Professor and Director of Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory, Social and Decision Sciences Department, Carnegie Mellon University
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