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PROBING BEHIND THE HUMAN DECISION,
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
A technique is described for the systematic collection of information about human decision making-information which has hitherto been untapped by existing datarecording and evaluation procedures and which holds promise of increasing the value of currently recorded action and decision data. The technique was developed initially to assist in the collection and interpretation of data in online computer studies of experimental game behavior. Sample findings from these studies and an analysis of decision process based on earlier studies are presented to demonstrate the potential feasibility and value of the proposed procedures for the evaluation of decision-making behavior in computer-based command and control systems. Author
Prepared for presentation at Military Operations Research Symposium (15th), Norfolk, Va., 27-29 Apr 65.