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Author Schmorrow, Dylan

Title Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Published Baton Rouge CRC Press, 2010
©2011
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Description 1 online resource (648 pages)
Series Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics Series
Advances in human factors and ergonomics series.
Contents Front Cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- 1. Cultural decision making through aggregate models of human behavior -- 2. Information channels in MMOGs: Implementation and effects -- 3. Modeling social conflict: Theory, data and integration across multiple levels -- 4. Social radar for smart power -- 5. Enabling a comprehensive approach to operations: The value of human social culture behavior modeling -- 6. Identifying and assessing a schema for cultural understanding -- 7. Modeling and assessing cross-cultural competence in operational environments -- 8. Using cultural models of decision making to develop and assess cultural sensemaking competence -- 9. Designing games as social-process simulation crucible experiences: Toward developing and assessing intercultural adaptability -- 10. Development of the Cross-Cultural Competence Inventory (3CI) -- 11. Democracy's sacred opinions and the radicalization oflslam in the twentieth century -- 12. Theories of regime development across the millennia and their application to modem liberal democracies -- 13. Relativism and its consequences for Western civilization -- 14. Factors of destabilization and collapse: A comparative study of the Roman and British Empires and the consequences for Western Civilization -- 15. Authoring by cultural demonstration -- 16. Using behavioral science principles to train small unit decision making -- 17. Training decision making for small units in complex cultural contexts -- 18. FITE -- Team training for cross-cultural decision making -- 19. Translating science into practice: Developing a decision making training tool -- 20. Implications of physiological measures of stress for training cross culturaldecision making skills -- 21. Training tactical decision making under stress in cross-cultural environments -- 22. Intertemporal reasoning and cross-cultural decision making
23. Cultural influences associated with adversarial recruitment -- 24. An evidence-based framework for decision making in culturally complex environments -- 25. A multi-scale model of cultural distinctions in technology adoption -- 26. An architecture for socio-cultural modeling -- 27. Cultural network analysis: Method and application -- 28. Target audience simulation kit: Modeling culture and persuasion -- 29. Data problems for cross-cultural decision making -- 30. MASON RebeLand and data aspects of agent-based simulation models -- 31. Terrorist profiles: From their own words -- 32. Dynamic decision making games and conflict resolution -- 33. Lethal combinations: Studying the structure of terrorist networks -- 34. Multi-perspective, multi-future modeling and model analysis -- 35. Building cross cultural trust and change: How do I obtain and implement local knowledge? -- 36. Applying epidemiological modeling to idea spread -- 37. Capturing culture and effects variables using structured argumentation -- 38. Evaluating human, social, cultural and behavioral (HSCB) models for operational use -- 39. Cross-cultural decision making training using behavioral game theoreticframework -- 40. Language understanding technology for cross-cultural decision making -- 41. Multi-culture interaction design -- 42. Generic message propagation simulator: The role of cultural, geographic and demographic factors -- 43. Using Conscript to train cross-cultural decision-making in serious game -- 44. Identifying similarities and differences of pictorial symbol design and interpretation of two culturally different groups -- 45. Challenges and approaches for automating HSCB decision-making -- 46. Geospatial campaign management for complex operations -- 47. A metamodel description language for HSCB modeling -- 48. Cultural intelligence support for military operations
49. Politeness, culture, decision making and attitudes -- Linking Brown and Levinson to directive compliance -- 50. Operator trust in human socio-cultural behavior models: The design of a tool for reasoning about information propagation -- 51. Cultures and networks in security communities -- 52. Modeling the reciprocal relationship between personality and culture -- 53. Auto-diagnostic adaptive precision training -- human terrain (ADAPT-HT): A conceptual framework for cross-cultural skills training -- 54. Integrating cross-cultural decision making skills into military training -- 55. Modeling cultural and personality biases in decision-making -- 56. Narrative structure as a cultural variable in modeling and training decision making -- 57. AVATAR: Developing a military cultural role-play trainer -- 58. Culture and escalation of commitment -- 59. Cultures of fate: Implications for risk-taking -- 60. Simulating the Afghanistan-Pakistan opium supply chain -- 61. Cross-cultural decision making strategies: Contrasts between Cherokee Native American and Australian college students -- 62. Developing a multidisciplinary ontology: A case illustration from ICST's research on competitive adaptation in terrorist networks -- 63. Adversarial behavior in complex adaptive systems: An overview of ICST's research on competitive adaptation in terrorist networks -- 64. Analyzing ABC of disaster experience using text mining -- Back Cover
Summary International community. It is hoped that this content can be used to tackle two of the biggest challenges in this area: 1) Unification and standardization of data being collected for CCDM applications/research so these data can support as many different thrusts under the CCDM umbrella as possible; and 2) Validation and verification with respect to utility and underlying psychosocial theory. Solutions for both of these must be in the context of, and will require, sound methods of integrating a complex array of quite different behavioral models and modeling techniques. This book would of special value to researchers and practitioners in involved in the design of products and services which are marketed and utilized in a variety of different countries Seven other titles in the Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics Series are: Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare Advances in Applied Digital Human Modeling Advances in Cognitive Ergonomics Advances in Occupational, Social and Organizational Ergonomics Advances in Human Factors, Ergonomics and Safety in Manufacturing and Service Industries Advances in Ergonomics Modeling & Usability Evaluation Advances in Neuroergonomics and Human Factors of Special Populations
The primary focus of the Cross Cultural Decision Making field is specifically on the intersections between psychosocial theory provided from the social sciences and methods of computational modeling provided from computer science and mathematics. While the majority of research challenges that arise out of such an intersection fall quite reasonably under the rubric of "human factors", although these topics are broad in nature, this book is designed to focus on crucial questions regarding data acquisition as well as reconciliation of mathematical and psychosocial modeling methodologies. The utility of this area of research is to aid the design of products and services which are utilized across the globe in the variety of cultures and aid in increasing the effectiveness of cross-cultural group collaboration. To aid a researcher in defining the requirements and metrics for this complex topic applications and use cases of CCDM can be found in sections: I. Applications of Human, Social, Culture Behavioral Modeling Technology IV. Cross Cultural Decision Making: Implications for Individual and Team Training X. Tactical Culture Training: Narrative, Personality, and Decision-Making XII. Use Cases of Cross Cultural Decision Making Theories and techniques for understanding, capturing, and modeling the components of Culture are covered in these sections: II. Assessing and Developing Cross-Cultural Competence III. Civilizational Change: Ideological, Economic, and Historical Change V. Cultural Models for Decision Making VI. Extracting Understanding from Diverse Data Sources VII. Hybrid & Multi-Model Computational Techniques for HSCB Applications IX. Socio-cultural Models and Decision-Making VIII. Sense Making in Other Cultures: Dynamics of Interaction XI. Understanding The science and technology provided in this book represents the latest available from the
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Subject Decision making -- Cross-cultural studies
Decision making -- Mathematical models.
Decision making -- Mathematical models.
Form Electronic book
Author Nicholson, Denise
ISBN 1439834962
9781439834961