Structure of Decision: The Cognitive Maps of Political Elites
This book outlines a new approach to the analysis of decision making based on "cognitive maps." A cognitive map is a graphic representation intended to capture the structure of a decision maker's stated beliefs about a particular problem. Following introductory chapters that develop the theory and techniques of cognitive mapping, a set of five empirical studies applies these new techniques to five policy areas.
Originally published in 1976.
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Subjects: Political Science, Psychology
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