Оценка уверенности партнера при принятии им интуитивных решений

Translated title of the contribution: ASSESSMENT OF A PARTNER’S CONFIDENCE DURING INTUITIVE DECISIONS

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Abstract

Studies have shown that observers are able to accurately assess a partner’s confidence in his decision without sharing verbal information. The main question of this study is whether an adequate assessment of the metacognitive experiences of others is possible if they make decisions based on implicit knowledge. The experiment was conducted according to the method of artificial grammar. The results of the study demonstrate that the assessment of self-confidence by participants who classify stimuli of artificial grammar correlates with the confidence scores of their partners’ who observe the classification process but are not participating in it and who do not have access to the stimuli. The self-confidence of the learners correlates with the correctness of their answers. It is concluded that in assessing the confidence of others and assessing their own confidence, participants are partially guided by similar criteria, but only self-assessments of confidence in the decision process is sensitive to the presence of implicit knowledge.
Translated title of the contributionASSESSMENT OF A PARTNER’S CONFIDENCE DURING INTUITIVE DECISIONS
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationКогнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования
Subtitle of host publicationМатериалы конференции 19 июня 2019 г.
Place of PublicationМ.
Publisher«Буки-Веди»
Pages456-472
ISBN (Print)978-5-4465-2346-7
StatePublished - 2019
EventКогнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования. Пятая конференция - Москва, Russian Federation
Duration: 19 Jun 2019 → …

Conference

ConferenceКогнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования. Пятая конференция
Country/TerritoryRussian Federation
CityМосква
Period19/06/19 → …

Keywords

  • metacognition
  • implicit learning
  • confidence assessment
  • distributed cognition
  • plicit learning, confidence assessment, distributed cognition, intuitive decision making

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