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An application of behavioral decision theory to recreation site selection


, : An application of behavioral decision theory to recreation site selection. Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 45(4): p.1205

A lexicographic semi-order model is selected and tested for applicability in approximating recreation site choices. Using a microcomputer based data collection instrument in a laboratory situation, the lexicographic semi-order choice model is found to be successful in predicting the elimination of alternatives from a choice set.

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