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Brunswik Society Notes and Essays

Here is a small collection of notes and essays on methodological and theoretical issues.

Methodolgical Notes
  1. What is the origin of the term "Social Judgment Theory?"
  2. How are relative weights calculated?
  3. What are the origin and importance of the distinction between idiographic and nomothetic?
  4. What is the difference between "policy capturing" and "judgment analysis?"
  5. Giving Feedback: Description of a method for fitting weights and displaying function forms for feedback to judges in judgment analysis

Contributed Essays
  1. Brunswik's original lens model by Bernhard Wolf (October, 2005)
  2. Fundamental Principles of Brunswik's Representative Design by Bernhard Wolf (February, 2005)
  3. Thoughts Provoked by Bernard Wolf's Paper by Kenneth Hammond (February, 2005)
  4. Fritz Heider and Egon Brunswik, their lens models: Origins, similarities, discrepancies by Bernhard Wolf (March, 2004)
  5. Clinical Judgement Analysis: Report on a one day international meeting by Clare Harries (June, 2002)
  6. Mats Björkman (1926 - 2001) by Berndt Brehmer and Peter Juslin (January, 2002)
  7. Processes of constructing judgments and actions by competent individuals with respect to object orientation by Bernhard Wolf (August, 2000)
  8. The structure of the human world: Brunswik's organism-environment-model by Bernhard Wolf (January, 2000)
  9. Representative and Efficient Designs by Gary McClelland  (September, 1999)
  10. Vicarious Functioning as a Central Process-Characteristic of Human Behavior by Bernhard Wolf (May, 1999)
  11. Representative Design by Kenneth R. Hammond  (September, 1998)
  12. Ecological Validity: Then and Now by Kenneth R. Hammond (September, 1998)
  13. Brunswik's Challenge by Kenneth R. Hammond (September, 1998)

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