Biased Information Search in Group Decision Making. By Schulz-Hardt, Stefan, Dieter, Carsten, Serge July, 2004 Helayne Sweet. Question is -> How do biased information-seeking processes occur within groups and to what extent?
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By Schulz-Hardt, Stefan, Dieter, Carsten, Serge
Article presented 3 experiments to demonstrate extent to which biased information searches appear in decision making.
What is biased information-seeking or confirmation bias?
Relates to preference for supporting information vs. conflicting information when making decisions
Importance -> because decisions with “far-reaching implications are most often made by groups vs. individuals.”Background and Importance of Question Addressed