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Issues in Developing a Normative Descriptive Model for Dyadic Decision MakingMost research in modelling human information processing and decision making has been devoted to the case of the single human operator. In the present effort, concepts from the fields of organizational behavior, engineering psychology, team theory and mathematical modelling are merged in an attempt to consider first the case of two cooperating decisionmakers (the Dyad) in a multi-task environment. Rooted in the well-known Dynamic Decision Model (DDM), the normative descriptive approach brings basic cognitive and psychophysical characteristics inherent to human behavior into a team theoretic analytic framework. An experimental paradigm, involving teams in dynamic decision making tasks, is designed to produce the data with which to build the theoretical model.
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Conference Paper
Serfaty, D.
(Connecticut Univ. Storrs, CT, United States)
Kleinman, D. L.
(Connecticut Univ. Storrs, CT, United States)
Date Acquired
August 12, 2013
Publication Date
September 1, 1984
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Publication: NASA. Ames Research Center 20th Ann. Conf. on Manual Control, Vol. 2
Subject Category
Man/System Technology And Life Support
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.
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