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Handbook of decision science, Michael A. Diefenbach, Suzanne Miller-Halegoua, Deborah J. Bowen, editors

Label
Handbook of decision science
Title
Handbook of decision science
Statement of responsibility
Michael A. Diefenbach, Suzanne Miller-Halegoua, Deborah J. Bowen, editors
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
153.83
Index
index present
LC call number
BF448
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Decision making
Label
Handbook of decision science, Michael A. Diefenbach, Suzanne Miller-Halegoua, Deborah J. Bowen, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Basics First; 1 What Are Values, Utilities, and Preferences? A Clarification in the Context of Decision Making in Health Care, and an Exploration of Measurement Issues; Introduction; Conceptualizing Values, Utilities and Preferences; Values; Utilities; Preferences; From Basic Values to Articulated Utilities and Preferences: A Constructive Process; Measurement of Utilities at the Macro- and Meso-Level; Approaches to Utility Measurement; Holistic Approaches to Utility Measurement ; Decomposed Approaches to Utility Measurement
  • Measurement of Preferences at the Micro LevelTreatment Tradeoff Method; Values Clarification Methods; Key Directions for Future Research; Conclusion; References; 2 Decision Architectures; Introduction; Strains Within the System; Failing to Support Patient Engagement in Decision-Making; The Consequences; Nudging Best Practice: A Behavioral Economics Approach; Incentives; Mental Models; Defaults; Feedback; Human Error; Structured Decision-Making; Conclusion; References; 3 Modeling Medical Decisions; Conceptualizing a Medical Decision Model; Constructing a State-Transition Model
  • Parameter Estimation and ValuationConclusions; References; 4 From Laboratory to Clinic and Back: Connecting Neuroeconomic and Clinical Measures of Decision-Making Dysfunctions; Introduction; Neuroeconomic Framework; Neuroeconomics Is an Old Idea; Neuroeconomics in Clinical Context; Current Translational Approaches; Medical Charts and Patient Data; Big Data Approach; How Medical Charts Can Inform Neuroeconomic Theories and Vice Versa; Ethical/Privacy Concerns; Conclusion; References; 5 Research Methods for Health Decision Making
  • What Are the Causes of Decision-Making Outcomes? Types of Research Studies and Inferences About CausalityMeasuring What Cannot Be Seen: Assessing Psychological Constructs; Conducting Research in Health Decision-Making: Measuring Inputs and Outputs of Decision Processes; Operationalizing Constructs; Explicit Measures; Implicit Measures; Measuring and Illustrating Causal Pathways; How Do Inputs Lead to Decisions?; Types of Relationships Between Variables; Outcomes; Self-report Versus Observed Behavior; Direct Behavior Versus "Behavioroid" Measures; Behavioral Intentions Versus Actual Behavior
  • ConclusionOperationalizing and Measuring Preferences; Relationships Between Variables; References; Decision Making on the Individual Level; 6 A Fuzzy-Trace Theory of Judgment and Decision-Making in Health Care: Explanation, Prediction, and Application; Background: Fuzzy-Trace Theory; An Explanatory Approach to Health Decisions; Background Knowledge and Health Decisions; Risk Perceptions and Judgments: Effects of Retrieval Cues; Gist and Preventive Health in Light of Representation and Retrieval; Detection and Diagnosis: Base Rates and Combining Probabilities
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SPR959593997
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781493934843
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unknown
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
Label
Handbook of decision science, Michael A. Diefenbach, Suzanne Miller-Halegoua, Deborah J. Bowen, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Basics First; 1 What Are Values, Utilities, and Preferences? A Clarification in the Context of Decision Making in Health Care, and an Exploration of Measurement Issues; Introduction; Conceptualizing Values, Utilities and Preferences; Values; Utilities; Preferences; From Basic Values to Articulated Utilities and Preferences: A Constructive Process; Measurement of Utilities at the Macro- and Meso-Level; Approaches to Utility Measurement; Holistic Approaches to Utility Measurement ; Decomposed Approaches to Utility Measurement
  • Measurement of Preferences at the Micro LevelTreatment Tradeoff Method; Values Clarification Methods; Key Directions for Future Research; Conclusion; References; 2 Decision Architectures; Introduction; Strains Within the System; Failing to Support Patient Engagement in Decision-Making; The Consequences; Nudging Best Practice: A Behavioral Economics Approach; Incentives; Mental Models; Defaults; Feedback; Human Error; Structured Decision-Making; Conclusion; References; 3 Modeling Medical Decisions; Conceptualizing a Medical Decision Model; Constructing a State-Transition Model
  • Parameter Estimation and ValuationConclusions; References; 4 From Laboratory to Clinic and Back: Connecting Neuroeconomic and Clinical Measures of Decision-Making Dysfunctions; Introduction; Neuroeconomic Framework; Neuroeconomics Is an Old Idea; Neuroeconomics in Clinical Context; Current Translational Approaches; Medical Charts and Patient Data; Big Data Approach; How Medical Charts Can Inform Neuroeconomic Theories and Vice Versa; Ethical/Privacy Concerns; Conclusion; References; 5 Research Methods for Health Decision Making
  • What Are the Causes of Decision-Making Outcomes? Types of Research Studies and Inferences About CausalityMeasuring What Cannot Be Seen: Assessing Psychological Constructs; Conducting Research in Health Decision-Making: Measuring Inputs and Outputs of Decision Processes; Operationalizing Constructs; Explicit Measures; Implicit Measures; Measuring and Illustrating Causal Pathways; How Do Inputs Lead to Decisions?; Types of Relationships Between Variables; Outcomes; Self-report Versus Observed Behavior; Direct Behavior Versus "Behavioroid" Measures; Behavioral Intentions Versus Actual Behavior
  • ConclusionOperationalizing and Measuring Preferences; Relationships Between Variables; References; Decision Making on the Individual Level; 6 A Fuzzy-Trace Theory of Judgment and Decision-Making in Health Care: Explanation, Prediction, and Application; Background: Fuzzy-Trace Theory; An Explanatory Approach to Health Decisions; Background Knowledge and Health Decisions; Risk Perceptions and Judgments: Effects of Retrieval Cues; Gist and Preventive Health in Light of Representation and Retrieval; Detection and Diagnosis: Base Rates and Combining Probabilities
Control code
SPR959593997
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781493934843
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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