Organizational Decision-Making

Research findings consistently have shown that judgments, evaluations and assessments delivered by experts can be described by fewer significant sources of information (cues) than expected (Shanteau, 1992; Rumiati and Bonini, 1996). For instance, Hoffman, Slovic and Rorer (1968) report that medical radiologists use two to six cues in their professional judgments. In a similar study,[…]