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The new article suggests that age-related declines in decision-making competence are minor: Del Missier, F., Hansson, P., Parker, A.M., Bruine de Bruin, W., & Mäntylä, T.  (in press).  Decision-making competence in older adults: A rosy view from a longitudinal investigation. Psychology and Aging.
Alan Pearman recently contributed a session on Decision Making to the United Nations Secretariat Executive Management Programme for senior UN staff.  The workshop, held at Kuriftu near Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, was attended by more than forty UN officials, mostly from the African continent.  CDR members Nicola Bown and Richard Hodgett are also contributing to the…
Alan Pearman was one of the co-authors in the latest publication to emerge from the NIHR-funded project “ A realist process evaluation of robot-assisted surgery: integration into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration and decision-making”.  The paper is Randell, R., Greenhalgh, J., Hindmarsh, J., Honey, S., Pearman A., Alvarado, N. and Dowding, D.  “How…
Congratulations to CDR member Panagiotis Stamolampros for his article been published in Tourism Management – Stamolampros, P., Dousios, D., Korfiatis, N., and Symitsi, E. (In Press).  The Joint Effect of Consumer and Service Providers’ Culture on Online Service Evaluations: A Response Surface Analysis. Tourism Management
Congratulations to Yasmina Okan and her collaborators for the publication of their journal article – Okan, Y., Stone, E., Parillo, J., Bruine de Bruin, W. & Parker, A. (in press). Probability size matters: The effect of foreground-only vs. foreground+background graphs on risk aversion diminishes with larger probabilities. Risk Analysis
Congratulations to Wandi Bruine de Bruin for publishing another new journal article on the role of social circle perceptions in ‘false consensus’ about population statisics and also presented a paper at the Society for Risk Analysis in Arlington Virginia on “Reports of social circles’ and own vaccination behavior: A national longitudinal survey (co-authors Andrew Parker…
Nitin Jain, Xingjie Wei and Richard Hodgett presented at the “Ideas in Practice: Supply Chain Summit”. Event held at Squire Patton Boggs, Leeds Office. The event “Advancing Operations and Supply Chain Management Theories and Practices” their presentations on “Using machine learning in fashion clothing returns” (Nitin) “Text/image analytics in supply chains” (Xingjie), and “Decision Support…