≪Organizer Abstract≫
Human judgment and decision are usually made under uncertainty in which there are multiple possible future states of nature. A number of different types of uncertainty in judgment and decision are broadly categorized into three groups, based on the characteristics of the knowledge of the environment, i.e. how much the people know about their surrounding environment. The aim of this symposium is to draw together multiple perspectives on judgment and decision making under uncertainty, to highlight important theoretical and empirical insights, to identify key priorities of new research area, and to suggest practical implicaitons for good decision making. This symposium stands at the intersection of psychology, behavioral economics, management science, risk research. Each speaker will present theoretical and empirical findings of judgment and decision research.Theoretical and practical implications will be discussed in this symposium.
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