Subject Areas on Research
- "Righteous minds" in health care: measurement and explanatory value of social intuitionism in accounting for the moral judgments in a sample of U.S. physicians.
- Beyond costs and benefits: understanding how patients make health care decisions.
- By intuitions differently formed: how physicians assess and respond to spiritual issues in the clinical encounter.
- Intuitive theories of information: beliefs about the value of redundancy.
- Resting on laurels: the effects of discrete progress markers as subgoals on task performance and preferences.
- Strategies for revising judgment: how (and how well) people use others' opinions.
- The role of decision analysis in informed consent: choosing between intuition and systematicity.