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Judgment and Decision Making, ISSN 1930-2975, 2011, Volume 6, Issue 8, pp. 782 - 799
One major statistical and methodological challenge in Judgment and Decision Making research is the reliable identification of individual decision strategies by... 
decision time | One major statistical and methodological challenge in Judgment and Decision Making research is the reliable identification of individual decision strategies by selection of diagnostic tasks | 2009 | tasks for which predictions of the strategies differ sufficiently. The more strategies are considered | that is | experimental tasks are selected that maximize the average difference between strategy predictions for any multidimensional prediction space. In a comprehensive model recovery simulation | and the larger the number of dependent measures simultaneously taken into account in strategy classification (e.g | to apply EDTS | we evaluate and quantify the influence of diagnostic task selection on identification rates in strategy classification. Strategy classification with EDTS shows superior performance in comparison to less diagnostic task selection algorithms such as representative sampling. The advantage of EDTS is particularly large if only few dependent measures are considered. We also provide an easy-to-use function in the free software package R that allows generating predictions for the most commonly considered strategies for a specified set of tasks and evaluating the diagnosticity of those tasks via EDTS; thus | confidence ratings; Glockner | choices | the more complex the selection of the most diagnostic tasks becomes. We suggest the Euclidian Diagnostic Task Selection (EDTS) method as a standardized solution for the problem. According to EDTS | no prior programming knowledge is necessary
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Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, ISSN 1546-1955, 02/2006, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 42 - 62
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Nature Methods, ISSN 1548-7091, 02/2014, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 175 - 182
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The Journal of General Psychology, ISSN 0022-1309, 07/2004, Volume 131, Issue 3, pp. 242 - 267
In the present study, the authors examined the extent to which familiarity and feedback (auditory and/or articulatory) might be beneficial to proofreading.... 
feedback | proofreading | familiarity | Familiarity | Feedback | Proofreading | REVISION | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | WORD | COMPREHENSION | SUBVOCALIZATION | READING UNITS LARGER | SPEECH | RECOGNITION EXPERIMENTS | WORKING-MEMORY | Mental Processes | Reading | Humans | Attention | Adult | Female | Male | Feedback, Psychological | Knowledge | Task Performance and Analysis | Editing | Literary errors and blunders | Cognition & reasoning
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03/2011, ISBN 9781444330168, 20
This chapter contains sections titled: Personal Leadership The CCC: FDR's Primary Employment Tool The TVA: FDR's Second Major Conservation Instrument The Soil... 
Roosevelt, skillfully devising programs in 1933 ‐ helping the unemployed and the environment, through Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) | Roosevelt, considering conservation needs of America ‐ serious and widespread, message to Congress, referring to natural resources as “National Resources” | soil erosion service and other “Green” Changes | Franklin Roosevelt, and interest in conservation ‐ real change from others, preceding him | Sarah Phillips' views of FDR's accomplishments ‐ being due to the conservationists Roosevelt brought into the administration, given a “…remarkable free hand in crafting and administering the rural resource programs” | Franklin Roosevelt, and personal leadership ‐ expressing interest in conservation, his conservation record as Governor of New York, repeated on a larger scale as president of the nation | Roosevelt's interest in conservation, being important to him ‐ in his 12 years in office, even at the height of the war, 1940 through 1942 | Woodrow Wilson, and proclamations ‐ national monuments, but doing little else for conservation | conservation, and scholarship on Franklin Roosevelt ‐ his interest in conservation, changing over the years | FDR's accomplishments ‐ varying according to sub‐specialties | FDR's accomplishments - varying according to sub-specialties | Franklin Roosevelt, and interest in conservation - real change from others, preceding him | Roosevelt's interest in conservation, being important to him - in his 12 years in office, even at the height of the war, 1940 through 1942 | Roosevelt, skillfully devising programs in 1933 - helping the unemployed and the environment, through Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) | Conservation, and scholarship on Franklin Roosevelt - his interest in conservation, changing over the years | Woodrow Wilson, and proclamations - national monuments, but doing little else for conservation | Roosevelt, considering conservation needs of America - serious and widespread, message to Congress, referring to natural resources as "National Resources" | Franklin Roosevelt, and personal leadership - expressing interest in conservation, his conservation record as Governor of New York, repeated on a larger scale as president of the nation | Sarah Phillips' views of FDR's accomplishments - being due to the conservationists Roosevelt brought into the administration, given a "...remarkable free hand in crafting and administering the rural resource programs" | Soil erosion service and other "Green" Changes
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