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Davide Secchi

from Apr 2015 Associate Professor of Organizational Cognition, Research Cluster for Cognition, Man- agement ... The cognitive side of social responsibility. Journal .... Seeking chances to extend human rationality. Review of the book: Bardone, E. (2011). Seeking Chances. From Biased Rationality to Distributed Cogni- tion.


Implications of Modern Decision Science for Military Decision

RAND monographs present major research findings that address the ... Prepared for the United States Air Force. Approved for public release; distribution unlimited. Implications of. Modern Decision. Science for Military. Decision-Support. Systems ..... about the appropriateness of the “rational analysis paradigm” because.


Judgement and Decision Making in Young Children: Probability

the standard view, rational considerations of the probabilities of success versus discovery and the utilities of a ... and meta-cognitive demands of prototypical JDM tasks used with adults and adolescents. Our review ... Although the details are far from clear, some form of multiple systems/process theory seems inevitable to ...


Analytic Culture in the US Intelligence Community: An Ethnographic

the needs and expectations of intelligence consumers, and stimulate serious debate on current and future intelligence challenges. To support these activities, CSI publishes Studies in Intelligence and books and monographs addressing historical, operational, doctrinal, and theoretical aspects of the intelligence profession.


Communicating Risks and Benefits: An Evidence-Based User's Guide

This guide seeks to fill that gap, making evidence-based communication possible . The chapters that follow cover key ... not get a second chance to have impact. A paradox is that you should think first about ..... Journal of the Nafional Cancer Insfitute Monographs, 1999, 101-119. 15 Chaloupka, F. J., Straif, K., & Leon M. E.  ...


Helping Doctors and Patients Make Sense of Health Statistics

determinism (physicians who seek causes, not chances) and the illusion of certainty (patients who seek certainty when there is none). We show that information pamphlets,. Web sites, leaflets distributed to doctors by the pharma- ceutical industry, and even medical journals often report evidence in nontransparent forms that ...


The interpretation of cultures: selected essays, Geertz, Clifford

Chapter 41 Religion As a Cultural System. 87. Chapter. 51 Ethos, World View, and the .... when the American university system is under attack as irrelevant or worse, I can only say that it has been for me a ..... seeking, in the widened sense of the term in which it encompasses very much more than talk, to converse with them, ...


Facilitating Effective Student Learning through Teacher Research

I'm certain that the monograph Facilitating Effective Student Learning through ... Ways of encouraging teacher and student innovation in different educational systems. − Pedagogical innovations in different subject fields: descriptions of pedagogical .... levels of teaching, the cognitive and the motivational, which in the .


Basic emotions, rationality, and folk theory

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Cognitive schema theory in the constructivist debate.

Cognitive Schema Theory in the Constructivist Debate. Sharon J. Derry. Department of Educational Psychology. University of Wisconsin–Madison. Cognitive constructivism is not a unique theoretical framework, pedagogical approach, or epistemology, but a general, metaphorical assumption about the nature of cognition ...


Emotion and the Framing of Risky Choice

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Anthropomorphism and Mechanomorphism: Two Faces of the

Does a positive response reflect a cognitive bias on the part of the perceiver or a genuine attribute of the computer.) The problem is .... of such systems" (p. 230). Within the conventional community, it appears that the general schema is that the machine is like a human. For example, Newsweek describes an industrial robot,  ...


Putting ethnography to work: the case for a cognitive ethnographty of

cognition, which map onto the reasons espoused above for the cognitive &&territorializ- ation'' of design. First, the ... characterize applied cognitive psychology are at odds with an apparent requirement for ethnography to be as .... a cognitive ethnographic approach to observation, and how it might be used in systems design.


The Potential of Using Quantum Theory to Build Models of Cognition

of Cognition. Zheng Wang, a. Jerome R. Busemeyer, b. Harald Atmanspacher, c. Emmanuel M. Pothos d. aSchool of Communication, Center for Cognitive and Brain .... quantum modeling allows us to formalize the state of a cognitive system moving across .... cannot be derived from a common joint probability distribution.


Research on the Role of Technology in Teaching and Learning

Jul 1, 1993 ... of Activities Desgined to Develop an Understanding of the Sampling Distribution .... distributed and access to them depends greatly on geographic location and economic circumstances. .... collecting Macs and PCs to put on a special 'show and tell' session” so that everyone would have a chance to try out ...


Tools for Teaching

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Herding, social influence and economic decision-making: socio

interaction of cognitive and emotional factors and this can be captured more effectively using .... group than an even distribution of effort over two .... omy between the rational and the irrational; it would also capture the complexities of herding if it is the out- come of interactions between different decision-making systems. 3.


The development of logical and hypothetical reasoning in

All other uses, reproduction and distribution, including without limitation commercial reprints, selling or ... final stage of cognitive development, when thinking transcends earlier constraints that limited understanding and ... below chance when the premise content is incongruent (All birds have wheels; Robin is a bird; Does ...

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Herding in humans

many domains of cognition and suggest that cognitive neuroscience offers a novel approach to its study. Introduction. Cognitive psychology generally focuses on the individual as the fundamental unit of analysis [1]. Nevertheless, we are all embedded in a complex system of social structures, which ground and organize ...


Appeals to evidence for the resolution of wicked problems: the

Keywords Wicked problems 4 Intractability 4 Evidence and policy 4 Evidentiary bias 4. Cognitive bias. & Justin O. Parkhurst [email protected] 1. Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science, Cowdray House,. Houghton .... is a need to move beyond a 'naıve rationality' (Russell et al.