This paper empirically examines the effects of information format on human judgment accuracy. The theoretical framework is based on the lens model of human judgment (Brunswick, 1952). An experimental design is used to test for differences in human judgment accuracy in a bond rating task. The results indicate that the use of certain table simplification techniques does not improve decision accuracy.
"Improving The Format of Financial Tables,"
Southern University College of Business E-Journal: Vol. 15:
2, Article 3.
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