Seminar: Decision Making in Real-World Settings
Time & Location
Every second Wednesday from 12.30 to 14 o’clock. Session start is the 26th of April in MAR 3.036.
Nele Russwinkel & Sabine Prezenski
The aim of this seminar is to develop a deeper understanding of decision making in an applied context, such as back-country skiing or aviation.
Publications related to decision making are read presented and discussed.
Furthermore, we will discuss if and how the findings of the publications are relevant to the area of cognitive modelling.
Please E-Mail Sabine Prezenski (sabine.prezenski[at]tu-berlin.de ) or Nele Russwinkel (nele.russwinkel[at]tu-berlin.de ) in advance if you would like to participate.
- Atkins, D. 2000. Human factors in avalanche accidents, Proc. Int’l Snow Science Workshop, Big Sky, MT, Oct. 2000, pp. 46 – 51.
- Marewski, J. N., & Link, D. (2014). Strategy selection: An introduction to the modeling challenge. 795 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 5(1), 39–59.
- Gonzalez, C. (2014). Decision Making: A Cognitive Science Perspective. In S. E. F. Chipman (Ed.), 773 The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Science (Vol. 1). Oxford University Press.