Insights from quantum cognitive models for organizational decision making

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White, Lee C.; Pothos, Emmanuel M.; Busemeyer, Jerome R.;

Organizational decision making is often explored with theories from the heuristics and biases research program, which have demonstrated great value as descriptions of how people in organizations make decisions. Nevertheless, rational analysis and classical probability t... View more
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