Computer-assisted judgment: defining strengths and liabilities. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Clinicians often fail to recognize limitations in their own subjective judgments, make use of well-developed mechanical-prediction methods, or carefully evaluate which computer-based aids warrant their consideration. This article addresses issues regarding computer-based test interpretations (CBTIs) and computer-based decision making. Comments highlight conclusions reached by other contributors to this Special Section, additional literature bearing on these observations, and implications for consumers of computer-assisted techniques and researchers developing or evaluating these methods. The future of computer-assisted assessment depends on educating clinicians and researchers to be better consumers of existing as well as emerging technologies in this domain.

published proceedings

  • Psychol Assess

author list (cited authors)

  • Snyder, D. K.

citation count

  • 44

complete list of authors

  • Snyder, DK

publication date

  • March 2000