Beyond Self-Report: Emerging Methods for Capturing Individual Differences in Decision-Making Process
Connors, Brenda L.
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CitationConnors, Brenda L., Richard Rende, and Timothy J. Colton. 2016. “Beyond Self-Report: Emerging Methods for Capturing Individual Differences in Decision-Making Process.” Frontiers in Psychology 7 (1): 312. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00312. http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00312.
AbstractPeople vary in the way in which they approach decision-making, which impacts real-world behavior. There has been a surge of interest in moving beyond reliance on self-report measures to capture such individual differences. Particular emphasis has been placed on devising and applying a range of methodologies that include experimental, neuroscience, and observational paradigms. This paper provides a selective review of recent studies that illustrate the methods and yield of these approaches in terms of generating a deeper understanding of decision-making style and the notable differences that can be found across individuals.
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