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					                                Information Sheet of Subject

Code:               Title of Course:
S-APBS-250          DECISION MAKING AND GAME THEORY

Study Programme:
Elective course for all study programmes
Guarantee:                            Lecturer/Instructor:
Institute of Applied Psychology       PhDr. Eva Letovancová, PhD.

Level    :Bachelor Form of Study: lectures, seminars (1/2)                        Number of
Semester :Winter Number of contact hours                                          credits:
                     per week: 3                     per semester: 42             6
Prerequisites:
Social Psychology, Introduction to Psychology


Assessment:
- preliminary assessment:     individual and group work on lessons, writen treatment of
                              seminar activities, test, 100 %
- final assessment:
Aims and Objectives:
Introduce students to decision making as a psychological process. To give psychological point
of view on experimental games and their possible use in work with individual and group.



Indicative Content:
1. Deciding - description of the term, theories, context, decision making, 2. Structure of deci-
son process, 3. Goal - importance of defining goals, settings of success, subjective probability,
racionality, will, 4. Analysis of decision process - tools (SWOT, cognitive maps), 5. Risk tak-
ing, 6. Interpersonal conflicts, 7. Games in human life, categories of games, experimental
games, 8. Non-zero games in matrix form, 9. Playing experimental games - big groups, small
groups, couple, individuals one another, 10. Possibility of application game theory to various
life situations.


Texts:
Křivohlavý, J.: Konflikty mezi lidmi. Praha: Portál, 2002.
Letovancová, E.: Psychológia v manažmente. Bratislava: UK, 2002.
Fotr, J.- Dědina, J.: Manažerské rozhodování. Praha: EKOPRESS, 1997.
Bednařík, A.: Riešenie konfliktov. Bratislava: Centrum prevencie a riešenia konfliktov, 2001.
Lea, S. E. G.- Tarpy, R. M.- Webley, P.: Psychologie ekonomického chování. Praha: Grada,
1994.


Language of Instruction:
Slovak

				
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