personality and decision processes ; studies in the social psychology of thinking

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: stanford studies in sociology ; ii | dornbusch, sanford m. (ed.) | wallin, paul (ed.) | volkart, edmund h. (ed.) | et alPublication details: stanford, california : stanford university press 1962Edition: 1. edDescription: ix, 336 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: introduction; theory and method: characteristics of the decision process; the decision process test; the explanatory variables; the personality tests; subjects and procedures; basic influences on the decision process: introduction to part ii; personality characteristics and decision processes; the effects of social class and sex upon personality and decision process characteristics; effects of type of situation on the decision process; a comparison of individual and group decision processes: introduction to part iii; group versus individual decision making. theoretical issues; the comparison of individual and group performance; application of formal decision theory to the parents' decision processes: introduction to part iv; tests of the expected utility hypothesis; relations between the s-scores, personality, and situational variables; epilogue; appendixes;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 2542-A Available IHS100709606

from the table of contents: introduction; theory and method: characteristics of the decision process; the decision process test; the explanatory variables; the personality tests; subjects and procedures; basic influences on the decision process: introduction to part ii; personality characteristics and decision processes; the effects of social class and sex upon personality and decision process characteristics; effects of type of situation on the decision process; a comparison of individual and group decision processes: introduction to part iii; group versus individual decision making. theoretical issues; the comparison of individual and group performance; application of formal decision theory to the parents' decision processes: introduction to part iv; tests of the expected utility hypothesis; relations between the s-scores, personality, and situational variables; epilogue; appendixes;

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