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Edited by Clare Harries

October 2002

Tom Stewart is finally recognized – p.2

Obituaries: Mats Björkman and Derick Steinman – p.3 Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Brunswik Society - p.27-28

Research news (Page, Author, Title)

12

Hammond

13

Harries

13

Harvey

14

Holzworth

14

Jha, Bisantz &

Parasuraman

15

Juslin

15

Kerstholt & Koele

16

Kirlik

16

Koele

17

Klayman

17

Kurz-Milcke

18

Leavitt

18

MacCormick

19

Mosier

20

Nath

20

Newell and Shanks

21

Pijnenburg

21

Ramos Alvarez

22

Ravitch

22

Sarver, Dawson et al

22

Seong & Bisantz

8

Dibadj

9

Doherty

24

Skå nér

24

Smith

25

Sorum

25

Tweney

25

W eaver

26

Wigton

26

Wittmann

23

Shanteau et al

4 4 5 5

Adelman Athanasou Anderson Bass

6 7 7 8

Bisantz Chasseigne Denig and Mol Dhami

9

Dowding, Paterson &

Cassells

9

Dunwoody

10

Funder

10

Galbraith

10

Gattie & Bisantz

11

Gifford

11

Gonzalez Vallejo

11

Gunderson

12

Hamm

Team Decision Making Under Time Pressure The Role of Contextual Factors in Repeated Judgements: Implications for Workplace Learning The Root of Error: Unreliability as a Response to Task Environments Human-automated Judgment Learning: A Methodology to Investigate Human Interaction with Automated Judges Research on Visualisation and Decision Making Aging and Probabilistic Learning: Further Evidence Decisions to Prescribe Antimicrobial Treatment Effects of Systematic and Representative Stimulus Design on Policy-Capturing Statistical Properties of the Parameters of the Lens Model Equation Study Design, Diagnosis and Probability Judgments and Brunswik’s Contribution to the History of Research on Thinking Risk of Suicide and Decisions to Observe Psychiatric In-Patients

The Use of Base Rate Information as a Function of Consistency and Diagnosticity Towards a Balanced Social Psychology Assessing Clinical Decisions of Medical Students Applying Real-time Cognitive Feedback in a Dental Diagnosis Task Brunswikian Architecture Are All Judgments Equal? Using Judgment Analysis to Predict the Targets of Crime. Prostate Cancer Screening: The Lens Model Clarifies a Comparison between the Health Beliefs Model and a Descriptive Expected Utility Model. Progress? Information Search, Use, Reasoning and Being strategic (but never all at once) Advice Taking and Trust in Advisors Brunswikian Research at the University of Connecticut Applying Lens to Free Flight: A Lens Model Analysis of Pilot and Controller Decision Making in a Future ATM System Exemplar Matching and Cue Criterion Relations Tracing Shoe Tracks Toward a Coherent Ecological Perspective Configural judgement Strategies and MCPL Different Kinds of Confidence More on How he Developed his Ideas Representative Design and Social Perception Clinical Judgment Analysis of Patient Prioritisation for Elective General Surgery Coherence and Correspondence in an Automated Flight Deck A Validational Analysis of Methods of Utility Estimation Predicting Search Strategies in Simple Heuristics and Using Feedback in MCPL Monitoring and Aiding Clinical Decision Making under the new Dutch Youth Care Act The Importance of the Task Environment in Processing Threatening Stimuli Decisions to Prescribe Estrogen Replacement Therapy Rapid Clinical Decision in Context: A Theoretical Framework to Understand Physician Decision-Making Operators’ Judgment Performance with Automated Decision Aids: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Investigation Can Decision Errors Be Predicted Before They Happen? Application of a New Measure of Skilled Performance Diagnosing Chronic Heart Failure in Primary Health Care General Practitioners’ decision making and the role of clinical guidelines Treatment vs Diagnosis Further Studies of Epistemic Artefacts Persuasion, Judgment and Learning Physician Diagnosis and Management of Respiratory Tract Infection Brunswik-Symmetry

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