Judgement and decision making in a mine fire: a case study.
Vaught C; Mallett LG; Brnich MJ Jr.
Proc 9th US -Korea Joint Workshop on Coal Util Tech Korea Inst of Energy Res :124-141
This case study of workers' escape from a mine fire is used to illustrate a heuristic model of judgment and decision making. It is argued that two components of the model greatly influenced miners' attempts to make accurate assessments of their predicament.
OP; Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Proc. 9th US-Korea Joint Workshop on Coal Util. Tech.; Korea Inst. of Energy Res.
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