A testbed to evaluate cognitive feedback theories
Larson, Paul Kevin
Bui, Tung X.
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Researchers have begun to use a variety of process tracing techniques to understand the cognitive processes underlying decision making. this study describes a computer program which monitors repetitive decision making behavior to allow researchers to infer the cognitive processes that underlie the use of decision feedback. This program has a number of commands which provide researchers with many ways to present decision data and feedback. The program uses a computer mouse and information board to implement process tracing based on the information acquisition search methodology. Brunswick's lens model is used as the decision making paradigm.
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