Subject: We present a novel method of judgment analysis called Error Parsing | based upon an alternative method of implementing Social Judgment Theory (SJT). SJT and Error Parsing both posit the same three components of error in human judgment | Psychology | HB71-74 | BF1-990 | Economics as a science
We present a
novel method of judgment analysis called Error Parsing, based upon an
alternative method of implementing Social Judgment Theory (SJT). SJT and Error
Parsing both posit the same three components of error in human judgment: error
due to noise, err... View more
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