InterJournal Complex Systems, 1156
Status: Accepted
Manuscript Number: [1156]
Submission Date: 2004
Debriefing in Support of Dynamic Decision Making: An Empirical Study
Author(s): Hassan Qudrat-Ullah

Subject(s): CX.4



This paper describes an empirical, laboratory-experiment-based evaluation of the effectiveness of debriefing. A comprehensive model consisting of 4 evaluation criteria are developed and used: task performance, structural knowledge, heuristics, and cognitive effort. On these criteria, debriefing versus no debriefing are compared. It is found that debriefing was effective on all 4 criteria; debriefing improves task performance, helps user learn more about the decision domain, develop heuristics, and expend less cognitive effort in dynamic decision making

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