How can judgments from multiple sources be aggregated to leverage the wisdom of crowds? Can we make use of the diverse perspectives that people with diverse personalities hold, to improve the accuracy of the aggregated judgments?
How can people be motivated to incorporate other’s opinions into their own decisions effectively? How do emotions influence advice receptiveness? Can accountability - the pressure to justify one’s beliefs, thoughts, or actions – be used in making individuals more receptiveness to advice and hence improve judgments?
Here's a video explaining our research publication: The Role of Anticipated Regret in Advice Taking in Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
- Tzini, K. & Jain, K. The Role of Anticipated Regret in Advice taking. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 2018.
- Jain, K., Bearden, J. N., & Filipowicz, A. Diverse Personalities Make for Wiser Crowds: How Personality Can Affect the Accuracy of Aggregated Judgments. Revision invited.