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MARK725 - Human Judgment And Decision Making

This course will familiarize students with theories of cognitive information processing and affective processes as they relate to consumer judgments and decisions. More specifically, the cognitive component of this course will provide an intensive examination of memory, perception, attitude formation, and behavioural decision theory. The affect component of the course will deal with factors influencing affect formation as well as the impact of affect on attitudes and decision making. Research methods underlying each of these streams of information will be examined. Prerequisites: Registration in the Business PhD Program or permission of instructor. Approval of the Business PhD Program Director is also required for non-PhD students.

Fall Term 2016

Lecture Sections

Fall Term 2016 - LEC A1 (67046)

Instructor: pracejus@ualberta.ca - Profile
Fall Term 2014

Lecture Sections

Fall Term 2014 - LEC A1 (77229)

M 13:00:00 - 15:50:00 (T B 104)
Instructor: pracejus@ualberta.ca - Profile
Fall Term 2012

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Fall Term 2012 - LEC A1 (57373)

M 14:00:00 - 16:50:00 (T B 104)
Instructor: pracejus@ualberta.ca - Profile
Fall Term 2010

Lecture Sections

Fall Term 2010 - LEC A1 (48200)

T 14:00:00 - 16:50:00 (T 1 83)
Instructor: pracejus@ualberta.ca - Profile
Fall Term 2008

Lecture Sections

Fall Term 2008 - LEC A1 (59425)

M 10:00:00 - 12:50:00 (T 1 100)
Instructor: pracejus@ualberta.ca - Profile

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