Judgment and Decision Making in Outdoor Adventure Leadership: A Dual-Process Model

Authors

  • Clinton A. Culp

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2016-V8-I1-7380

Keywords:

judgment and decision making, dual-process decision making, decision behavior, outdoor leadership, adventure leadership

Abstract

From an examination of the current textbooks and literature concerning judgment and decision-making models used in outdoor adventure leadership, it is easy to see that they are still deeply rooted in the classical decision-making theory. In this article, I will (a) outline the importance of good judgment and decision making in an outdoor adventure setting, (b) examine the current judgment and decision-making models and the theories that drive them, and (c) put forth a holistic model that incorporates current developments in judgment and decision-making theory. 

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Published

2016-04-11

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Section

Regular Papers