Judgment and Decision Making is a refreshingly accessible text that explores the wide variety of ways people make judgments. It examines assessments of probability, frequency and causation; as well as how decisions are rendered under conditions of risk and uncertainty. Topics covered include dynamic, everyday and group decision making; individual differences; and the nature of mind and brain in relation to judgment and decision making. Offering up-to-date theoretical coverage, including perspectives from evolutionary psychology and neuroscience, this volume has everything a psychology student needs for BPS accreditation, whilst drawing out the practical applications for non-psychology students with plentiful examples from business, economics, sport, law and medicine. The latest addition to the BPS Textbooks in Psychology series, this thorough text provides a succinct, reader-friendly account of the field of judgment and decision making. For more information and resources visit www.blackwellpublishing.com/judgmentDavid Hardman is the author of 'Judgment and Decision Making: Psychological Perspectives', published 2009 under ISBN 9781405123983 and ISBN 1405123982.