Great text, covered the major areas of DM literature and very accessible. Reasonable price
This is a very well-written and well-structured book. It is essential for students who want to know more about the psychology of judgement and decision-making. I will definitely recommend it to my students, although I'm not sure whether I will subscribe it as compulsary material.
Very interesting book for complementing essential course texts
Book is very well written and provides ample clarification on topics. Clear and concise with elaboration on selected topics without "mudding" the content learning.
This book is a very nice introduction to the field of judgment and decision making. I will use the book to give some context on the field for a hands-on experimenting course. The book is particularly well suited for beginning students as the authors, two well known figures of the field, make an effort to explain the major theories in an easy and non-technical way.
A very useful book for new and advanced readers in this area.
The book covers the needs of my course,
Some of the information from this book proves useful in the current course, but will be used more extensively in the revalidated course from 2012 onwards
this is a great book as a recommended reading to support students in the understanding of the topic area regarding leadership and management decision making for my level 2 module and also leadership and change at level 3 undergraduate.
excellent book, only too big for this course in communication. it may be useful in another course i have
We are still looking to adapt, this book isn't quite what we would like to cover our course requirements.
I'm teaching a cass on judgment processes and will recommend the book "Rational Choice in an Uncertain World" as introduction material. Particularly chapter two and three give a good and easy introduction to the history of research on decision making and judgment and the lense model framework the class will mainly focus on. I think it will be an perfect introduction that allows students to get a good oveview before we go into more details reading journal articles on specific aspects of judgment processes.
VERY interesting reading, covering some stimulating topics that have been very valuable in classroom discussions
We will recommend this for the decision making module at under and post graduate level. It is an alternative to Drummond and Bazerman. The focus on psychology is a nice bridge between those two. it is well written and accessable.
Excellent book - shame I missed the first edition. The focus on the wide use of these therories is very good