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Ward, Paul (2011)
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Paul Ward, Michigan Technological University\ud Naturalistic models of decision making, such as the Recognition-\ud Primed Decision (RPD) model (e.g., Klein, Calderwood, &\ud Clinton-Cirocco, 1986; Klein, 1997), suggest that as individuals\ud become more experienced within a domain they automatically\ud recognize situational patterns as familiar which, in turn, activates\ud an associated situational response. Typically, this results in a\ud workable course of action being generated first, and subsequent\ud options generated only if the initial option proves ineffective.
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