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Psychology of Decision Making in Risk Taking and Legal Contexts
Rachel N. Kelian
December 17, 2007
by Nova Science Pub Inc
Written in English
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: Psychology of Decision Making in Risk Taking and Legal Contexts (): Rachel N. Kelian: Books. Get this from a library. Psychology of decision making in risk taking and legal contexts. [Rachel N Kelian;] -- "In a fast-moving world, the necessity of making decisions, and preferably good ones, has become even more difficult.
One reason is the variety and number of choices perhaps available which often are. Christopher Browning, Jenny C. Malave, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Background. The concept of sexual risk includes both sexual risk-taking behavior as well as exposure to risks such as sexual violence.
Sexual risk taking can include a myriad of behaviors, most commonly defined in terms of inconsistent use of birth control or. Risk Taking Definition When people take risks, they engage in behaviors that could lead to negative consequences such as physical injury, social rejection, legal troubles, or financial losses.
Behaviors that are more likely to lead to such outcomes are considered riskier than behaviors that are less likely to lead to such outcomes. Regardless of the [ ]. Decision making in interpersonal situations where there is a risk of coercion or abuse, as has been the primary focus of our research, is distinct from decision making in other domains (e.g., vocational or lifestyle choices) in that the decision-making process in these interpersonal situations is essentially a noniterative process with minimal Cited by: 5.
Purchase The Psychology of Risk Taking Behavior, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN This is an example of the type of “hidden profile” that was used by Stasser and Titus () to study information sharing in group discussion.
Stasser, G., & Titus, W. Pooling of unshared information in group decision making: Biased information sampling during discussion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48(6), Author: Charles Stangor. Adolescent Risk-Taking Behaviors Risk-taking is the act of engaging in a behavior that entails some probability of negative consequences, such as physical injury, social rejection, legal trouble.
Decision Making Definition. Decision making refers to the act of evaluating (i.e., forming opinions of) several alternatives and choosing the one most likely to achieve one or more goals.
Common examples include deciding for whom to vote, what to eat or buy, and which college to attend. Section five: The Social side of judgment and decision making Section six: Common traps.
Some will complain that this book derived from a lot of previous psychological research, i agree, so for the psychology veteran out there, this might not the right book for you, but for most of us, this book will enlight, entertain and amuse us all Cited by: When making a decision in such a situation, people tend to employ two different decision-making strategies: the availability heuristic and the representativeness heuristic.
Remember, a heuristic is a rule-of-thumb mental short-cut that allows people to make decisions and judgments quickly. The book begins with the core concepts, client focus and legal background before moving on to consider the collaborative processes and the nature of individual judgements.
It then considers particular dimensions of social work decision making, such as safeguarding, taking risks, assessment and dynamic decision tools and processes. AND DECISION MAKING Chapter Juror Decision-Making in the Twenty-First Century: Confronting reduce the likelihood of being criticised or sued for poor risk-taking, particularly in topics at the interface of psychology with legal contexts, especially investigative interviewing.
Psychology in Legal Contexts Applications and Limitations. Editors (view affiliations) Sally M. Lloyd-Bostock; Applying Human Experimental Psychology to Legal Questions about Evidence. Patrick Rabbitt. A Decision-Making Model of Confessions.
Linden Hilgendorf, Barrie Irving. Enter any psychology term. Sign In Sign Up. Decision Making. Decision Making is the process of choosing between two or more alternatives.
Individuals make choices based on their personal preferences, values, and goals. Every decision has an outcome and involves risk.
For example, when deciding which college or university to attend, a student. There are few topics that are more important than risk and rational decision making, as the contributions to this special issue attest. If we contemplate the risks and consequences of smoking, substance use, reckless driving, violent crime, and unprotected sex, we cannot help but conjure up an image of the stereotypical, irrational risk taker: the by: Assessment, Risk and Decision Making in Social Work As practising social workers, your students will need to be able to make sound judgments in complex contexts and when they are under pressure.
This book covers the essential knowledge they will require to understand and develop skills in relation to professional judgement and decision. AND DECISION MAKING Chapter Juror Decision-Making in the Twenty-First Century: Confronting reduce the likelihood of being criticised or sued for poor risk-taking, particularly in topics at the interface of psychology with legal contexts, especially investigative by: The book begins with the core concepts, client focus, and legal background before moving on to consider the collaborative processes and the nature of individual judgements.
It then considers particular dimensions of social work decision making, such as safeguarding, taking risks, assessment and dynamic decision tools and processes. Set up decision frames and decision trees: take the time in calm moments to assess how a decision should be made. Align this with your management and team.
Then, when the time especially for potentially losses comes, one is less prone to making more risky decisions. Americans are faced with a bewildering array of choices.
In this lively introduction to psychological research on how people make decisions, Scott Plous focuses on the social aspects of decision making and includes everyday examples from medicine, law, business, education, and nuclear arms control, among other areas/5.In a Chats in the Stacks book talk Febru at Mann Library, Dr.
Valerie Reyna discusses her new book, The Neuroscience of Risky Decision Making, which aims to help us understand the neural roots of bad decisions and paves the way for translation of science into practice and policy.Chapter 10 A Neuroscientific Approach to the Psychology of Decision Making Michael X.
Cohen Chapter 11 Risk Avoidance and Risk Taking in Mental Health Social Work