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Investigating Value-Based Decision Bias and Mediation: Do You Do as You Think?

By Dianne J. Hall, David Paradice

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 50 No. 4, Pages 81-85

Individual perspectives reflect one's innate value structure and have direct bearing on how one examines problems, classifies information, and makes decisions. The results of this study indicate that when an information system forces decision makers to consider the perspectives of others, their own performance deviates from their personal set of values.

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