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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 4, Number 2, March 2009

Special issue: Coherence and correspondence in judgment and decision making

Edited by Philip T. Dunwoody, with Robin Hogarth

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Introduction to the special issue: Coherence and correspondence in judgment and decision making, pp. 113-115 (html).
Philip T. Dunwoody

Theories of truth as assessment criteria in judgment and decision making, pp. 116-125 (html).
Philip T. Dunwoody

Correspondence and coherence in science: A brief historical perspective, pp. 126-133 (html).
Neal V. Dawson and Frederick Gregory

Coherence and correspondence in medicine, pp. 134-140 (html).
Thomas G. Tape

Are patient decision aids effective? Insight from revisiting the debate between correspondence and coherence theories of judgment, pp. 141-146 (html).
Victoria A. Shaffer and Lukas Hulsey

Coherence and correspondence in engineering design: informing the conversation and connecting with judgment and decision-making research, pp. 147-153 (html).
Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos

Searching for coherence in a correspondence world, pp. 154-163 (html).
Kathleen L. Mosier

Criteria for performance evaluation, pp. 164-174 (html).
David J. Weiss, Kristin Brennan, Rick Thomas, Alex Kirlik and Sarah M. Miller

Coherence and correspondence in the psychological analysis of numerical predictions: How error-prone heuristics are replaced by ecologically valid heuristics, pp. 175-185 (html).
Yoav Ganzach

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