Browsing Liberal Arts and Sciences by Subject "Judgment"
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(Springer New York LLC, 2009-02)A common finding in confidence research is the hard-easy effect, in which judges exhibit greater overconfidence for more difficult sets of questions. Many explanations have been advanced for the hard-easy effect, including ...
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005-08)This study investigated how driving performance of young and old participants is affected by visual and auditory secondary tasks on a closed driving course.