Effekt von Clustering Illusion (Cognitive Bias) bei Benutzung einer "Visual Analytics" Umgebung. Forschungsdaten zur Studie 2017

Dietrich Albert, Michael Bedek, Luca Huszar & Alexander Nussbaumer
Clustering Illusion is a cognitive bias and defined as the tendency to see patterns where no patterns exist (Gilovich, 1991; Gilovich, Vallone, & Tversky, 1985). This tendency can be observed when people interpret patterns or trends in random distributions. In the context of the VALCRI (Visual Analytics for Sense-making in CRiminal Intelligence analysis) project eight cognitive biases have been identified which may influence the decision-making process of the analysts. Assessment methods for other cognitive biases...
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