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xxx, 665 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Problem-solving and decision-making processes : deliberation, intuition, and expertise
  • Framing problems, identifying objectives, and identifying problem causes
  • Generating alternatives : creativity in legal and policy problem solving
  • Choosing among alternatives
  • Introduction to statistics and probability
  • Scores, dollars, and other quantitative variables
  • Interpreting statistical results and evaluating policy interventions
  • Explaining and predicting one-time events
  • Biases in perception and memory
  • Biases in processing and judging information
  • The social perceiver : processes and problems in social cognition
  • Choices, consequences, and trade-offs
  • Complexities of decision making : decision processes; relationships to our future selves
  • Complexities of decision making continued : the power of frames
  • Decision making under risk
  • The role of affect in risky decisions
  • Social influence
  • Influencing behavior through cognition
  • Group decision making and the effects of accountability on decision quality
  • Conclusion: learning from experience.
Problem Solving, Decision Making, and Professional Judgment: A Guide for Lawyers and Policymakers will prepare students and professionals for their roles as creative problem solvers. Paul Brest and Linda Hamilton Krieger discuss essential qualities of practical wisdom that are important across disciplines and essential to one's everyday life as a decisionmaker, consumer, and citizen. This book can stand alone as a text or work as a supplement to a core law or public policy curriculum. Professor Brest and Professor Krieger aim to prepare students to exercise problem solving and decision making skills in the complex social environments in which they will work. They include bodies of knowledge drawn from statistics, decision science, social and cognitive psychology, and "judgment and decision making" (JDM) psychological literature. They combine quantitative approaches to empirical analysis and decisionmaking (statistics and decision science) with the psychological literature that demonstrates the systematic errors of the intuitive and social empiricist or decisionmaker. Their ultimate goal is to help readers "get it right" in their roles as professionals, citizens, and individuals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780195366327 20160604
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-444-01, LAW-7508-01, LAW-7508-01