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Psychologische Grundlagen des Urteilens und Entscheidens im Bürgerkontakt

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In diesem Kapitel besprechen wir die zentralen Punkte des Urteilens und Entscheidens im polizeilichen Kontext. In einem ersten Schritt führen wir in die psychologischen Grundsätze naturalistischer Entscheidungsprozesse ein. Dann besprechen wir kognitive Verzerrungen und logische Fehlschlüsse, für die naturalistische Entscheidungsprozesse besonders anfällig sind und die Polizeivollzugsbeamt*innen* und Bürger erhöhten Risiken aussetzen. Wir beschränken unsere Auswahl auf solche kognitiven Verzerrungen, die sich durch ihre übergeordnete Wirkungsweise als besonders effektive Ansatzpunkte eignen, durch trainierbareund einfach anwendbare Interventionsstrategien nachgelagerten Denkfehlern vorzubeugen. Schließlich stellen wir einfach t Interventionsstrategien vor, um diesen kognitiven Verzerrungen und logischen Fehlschlüssen vorzubeugen.

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Zaiser, B., Staller, M.S., Koerner, S. (2023). Psychologische Grundlagen des Urteilens und Entscheidens im Bürgerkontakt. In: S. Staller, M., Zaiser, B., Koerner, S. (eds) Handbuch Polizeipsychologie. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-40118-4_19

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