Individual Differences in Decision-making: The role of Judgement Confidence (PhD Thesis by Simon Jackson

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Degree level

PhD

Status

In-progress

Reference

The University of Sydney

Description

The goal of decision-making is to make choices that will maximise the likelihood of desired outcomes. Identifying the psychological processes that enhance these outcomes holds a promise for a vast range of domains. Should such processes lead to habitual decision-making tendencies, this might hold significant implications for both theoretical and applied research. One such important process is the metacognitive experience of judgement confidence: the certainty with which we believe our judgements to be accurate.

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Supervisors supervising this project

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Professor Lazar Stankov Co-Supervisor

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