Insights into Decision Making

Publications & Reports
Selected Publications


#1 Managing the Risks of Risk Management on Large Fires

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#2 MacGregor, D.G. & Godfrey, J. (2011). Observations on the concept of risk and Arab culture. (Report No. MBI-°©‐ONR-°©‐2011-°©‐3).

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#3 MacGregor, D.G. & Godfrey, J. (2011). Arab cultural influences on intertemporal reasoning. (Report No. MBI-ONR-2011-4).

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#4 MacGregor, D.G. & Godfrey, J. (2010). Intertemporal reasoning and cross-cultural decision making. In D. Schmorrow & D. Nicholson (Eds.). Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

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#5 MacGregor, D.G., & González-Cabán, A. (2009). Extended attack (EA) fire management decision making. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Fire Economics, Planning & Policy: Common Problems and Approaches. Riverside, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.

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#6 Tonn, B.T., & MacGregor, D.G. (2009). Individual approaches to futures thinking and decision making. Futures, 41 (3), 117-125.

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#7 MacGregor, D.G., Finucane, M., González-Cabán, A. (2008). The effects of risk perception and adaptation on health and safety interventions. In W. E. Martin, C. Raish & B. Kent (eds). Wildfire risk: Human perceptions and management implications. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.

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#8 MacGregor, D.G., & Seesholtz, D. N. (2008). Factors influencing line officers’ decisions about NEPA project design and development. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNWGTR-766. Portland, OR. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

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#9 MacGregor, D.G., & González-Cabán, A. (2008). Decision modeling for analyzing fire action outcomes. Research Paper PSW-RP-258. Riverside, CA. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.

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#10 MacGregor, D.G. (2006). The future of fire in Environmental Management. Futures, 38(4), 505-518.

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#11 MacGregor, D.G. (2006). Decision making at retirement: High stakes for the long haul. In H. Evensky & D. B. Katz (eds.), Retirement income redesigned: Master Plans for distribution. New York: Bloomberg Press.

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#12 MacGregor, D.G. & Haynes, R.W. (2005). Integrated research to improve fire management decision making. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-630. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 34 p.

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#13 MacGregor, D.G. (2003). Public perception of Y2K: Social amplification and risk adaptation: Or, .“How I learned to stop worrying and love Y2K..” In N. Pidgeon, R. Kasperson, & P. Slovic (Eds.), The social amplification of risk (pp. 243-261). London: Cambridge University Press.

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#14 MacGregor, D.G. (2003). Psychology, meaning and the challenges of longevity. Futures, 35, 575-588.

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#15 MacGregor, D.G. (2002). Imagery and financial judgment. The Journal of Psychology and Financial Markets, 3, 15-22.

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#16 MacGregor, D.G. (2001). Decomposition for judgmental forecasting and estimation. In J. S. Armstrong (Ed.), Principles of Forecasting: A handbook for researchers and practitioners. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

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#17 MacGregor, D.G. (2001). Retirement plans and health care expectations: A survey of preretirement adults. Journal of Retirement Planning, 4(2), 24-31.

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#18 MacGregor, D.G., & Slovic, P. (2000). Perceived risk and driving behavior: Lessons for improving traffic safety in emerging market countries. In H. von Holst, A. Nygren, & A.E. Anderson (Eds.), Transportation, traffic safety and health .— Human behavior (pp. 37-54). Heidelberg, Germany: Spring-Verlag Berlin.

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#19 MacGregor, D.G., Slovic, P., Dreman, D., & Berry, M. (2000). Imagery, affect, and financial judgment. Journal of Psychology and Financial Markets, 1, 104-110.

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#20 MacGregor, D.G., Slovic, P., & Malmfors, T. (1999). “How exposed is exposed enough?.” Lay inferences about chemical exposure. Risk Analysis, 19(4), 649-659.

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#21 MacGregor, D.G., & Fleming, R. (1996). Risk perception and symptom reporting. Risk Analysis, 16(6), 773-783.

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#22 MacGregor, D.G. (1993). Time pressure and task adaptation: Alternative perspectives on laboratory studies. In O. Svenson & A. J. Maule (Eds.), Time pressure and stress in human judgment and decision making (pp. 73-82). New York: Plenum.

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#23 MacGregor, D.G., & Armstrong, J. S. (1994). Judgmental decomposition: When does it work? International Journal of Forecasting, 10, 181-189.

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#24 MacGregor, D.G., Slovic, P., Mason, R. G., Detweiler, J., Binney, S. E., & Dodd, B. (1994). Perceived risks of radioactive waste transport through Oregon: Results of a statewide survey. Risk Analysis, 14, 5-14.

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#25 MacGregor, D.G., Slovic, P., & Morgan, M. G. (1994). Perception of risks from electromagnetic fields: A psychometric evaluation of a risk-communication approach. Risk Analysis, 14(5), 815-828.

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