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Decision making in psychopharmacology

S. Kasper

Decision making in psychopharmacology

by S. Kasper

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Published by Martin Dunitz, Distributed in the USA by Fulfilment Center, Taylor & Francis in London, Independence, KY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mental Disorders -- drug therapy -- Handbooks,
  • Decision Making -- Handbooks,
  • Psychopharmacology -- methods -- Handbooks,
  • Psychopharmacology -- Decision making

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSiegfried Kasper, Joseph Zohar, Dan J. Stein.
    GenreHandbooks.
    ContributionsZohar, Joseph., Stein, Dan J.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 112 p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21505228M
    ISBN 101853175943
    OCLC/WorldCa51034188

    In book: Social psychology: Handbook of basic principles, Chapter: 11, Publisher: New York: Guilford Press., Editors: E. Tory Higgins, Arie W. Kruglanski, pp The aim of this study on.   In the rest of the book, Kahneman () goes into detail about the differences between these two general processes of thinking and their impact on various types of decision-making.

    • The chosen option in a decision problem should remain the same even if the surface description of the problem changes (descriptive invariance) – Contradicted by pseudo­certainty and framing effects • The chosen option should depend only on the outcomes that will obtain after the decision is made.   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.

    Many of these books are fantastic as well. I try to carefully curate all of my reading lists and you can be sure that any business book on this page is worth your time. Click the links below to jump to a specific category or scroll down to browse them all. Top 10 Business Books; Best Business Biographies; Best Decision-Making Books. 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.


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This book is written for psychiatrists to use when reconsidering their own clinical decisions in the light of recent major changes in psychopharmacology and neuroscience. It highlights the different available avenues of treatment. Ben Newell is a Senior lecturer in Cognitive Psychology in the School of Psychology at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and a Research Fellow of the UCL Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution.

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In other words, if you are reading this book as part of a course on thinking, a course. Basic Reference Books For Psychology. articles on theories and methods of design and decision making, and issues in socialization, sex roles, leadership and power, intergroup relations, and much more.

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The book summarizes research that Kahneman conducted over decades. Kahneman’s book is perhaps best known for his helpful and widely used classification of decision making into system one; intuitive (fast) decision-making and system two; the logical or rational (slow) decision-making.

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Decision-making is the process of identifying and choosing alternatives based on the values, preferences and beliefs of the decision-maker. Judgment and Decision Making at Queen’s University. Anita Tusche is a psychological scientist at Queen’s who studies human decision making.

In this video, Dr. Tusche discusses how although rationality might be desirable, it is not always present when humans make judgments or engage in decision making. Judgment and Decision Making is a refreshingly accessible text that explores the wide variety of ways people make judgments.

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Intended for /5(33).Decision-making can be stressful, and follow-through is essential. You may need to accept that panic, fear, and lack of self-confidence are often part of the decision-making process.

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