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Individual Differences in Military Decisionmaking: The Classification Performance of Active Sonar Operators,
ALPHATECH INC BURLINGTON MA
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the fundamental importance of individual differences among military personnel in their information-seeking and processing behavior when faced with critical decisions in a realistic task. The data reported in this paper were collected at sea in the mid 1960s. The analysis of this data base has provided an object lesson showing the importance of empirical data to decisionmaking research. Author
This article is from 'Proceedings of the MIT/ONR (Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Office of Naval Research) Workshop on C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) Systems (6th) Held at Cambridge, Massachusetts on 25-29 July 1983,' AD-A138 614, p83-86.