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INCREASING FAILURE AND RESPONSE RATE IN COMPLEX DECISION MAKING,
PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND
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The effect of increasing failure on response rate and its components in complex decision making was investigated. Data were collected in a simulated decision-making environment permitting integrated, retaliatory, and general unintegrated decision making by dyads. It was found that 1 integrated decision making first increases and then decreases as the failure levels of information which groups experience are increased 2 general unintegrated decision making increases when failure reaches moderate levels and 3 retaliatory decision making is not affected by failure induction. The total decision-making response rate generally follows the characteristics of the curve for the integrated decision-making component, although it is, of course, somewhat higher. Author
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