System Dynamics Glossary
What is the meaning of Naturalistic Decision-Making?
Naturalistic decision-making was formulated by Klein et al
(1993) to explain how decision-makers formulate decisions. Kleinís naturalistic decision-making model is based on extensive field work and
differs from a decision event model in the following ways:
effort is devoted to situation assessment or figuring our the
nature of the problem;
single options are evaluated sequentially through mental
simulation of outcomes; and
options are accepted if they are satisfactory,
rather than optimal.
Books Related to Naturalistic Decision-Making
Eduardo Salas, Gary Klein,
Gary A. Klein and NATURALISTIC DECISION MAKING CONFERENCE, "Linking Expertise
and Naturalistic Decision Making (Expertise: Research and Applications (Hardcover))".
information on Linking Expertise and Naturalistic Decision Making (Expertise:
Research and Applications (Hardcover))
Ohio) Naturalistic Decision Making Conference 1994 (Dayton,
Caroline E. Zsambok, Gary Klein and Gary A. Klein, "Naturalistic
Decision Making (Expertise-Research and Applications)".
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Decision Making (Expertise-Research and Applications)
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