Decision making strategies :the influence of task complexity, decision importance, decision maker impulsivity, and decision maker gender
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Decision interaction processes and decision product quality :a comparative study of a group support system: CyberQuest (tm) and the nominal group technique Lopes, Milton E. (Virginia Tech, 1994-05-05)
This study's objective was to compare a Group Support System (GSS), i.e., CyberQuest, with the Nominal Group Technique (NGT). Its basic assumption was that discussion outcomes are enhanced by decision interaction ...
Using decision cases in agriculture :a comparison of a decision case method and a traditional lecture Allen, Marlo G. (Virginia Tech, 1995-05-12)
The most widely used teaching method, lecture, results in students assuming a passive, non-thinking, information-receiving role. Due to the overwhelming use of lecture, teachers face the criticism that today's graduates ...