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    • Aviation risk perception: a comparison between experts and novices 

      Thomson, M. E.; Önkal D.; Avcioǧlu, A.; Goodwin, P. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2004)
      This article describes an exploratory investigation of the risk perceptions of experts and novices in relation to helicopter operations, under conditions where the participants are matched on various characteristics ...
    • Contextual effects on ethical sensitivity and penalty judgments 

      Şımga-Mugan, C.; Önkal-Atay, D. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003)
      The aim of the current study is to explore the potential existence of contextual effects on ethical sensitivity and penalty judgments. In so doing, Turkish female and male business students’ ethical judgments for accounting ...
    • Effects of feedback on financial forecasting 

      Dirimtekin, Serra (Bilkent University, 1996)
      The objective of this study is to examine the effects o f feedback on financial forecasting. In particular, the effects o f simple outcome feedback and cahbration feedback as a type of perfonuance feedback on the accuracy ...
    • The effects of structural characteristics of explanations on use of a DSS 

      Gönül, M. S.; Önkal D.; Lawrence, M. (Elsevier, 2006)
      Research in the field of expert systems has shown that providing supporting explanations may influence effective use of system developed advice. However, despite many studies showing the less than optimal use made of DSS ...
    • Feedback-labelling synergies in judgmental stock price forecasting 

      Goodwin, P.; Önkal-Atay, D.; Thomson, M. E.; Pollock, A. C.; Macaulay, A. (Elsevier, 2004)
      Research has suggested that outcome feedback is less effective than other forms of feedback in promoting learning by users of decision support systems. However, if circumstances can be identified where the effectiveness ...
    • Hannah Arendt's conceptualizations of evil 

      Shkreli, Etrit (Bilkent University, 2016-01)
      We owe to Hannah Arendt the notion of “radical evil” and “the banality of evil”. The word “evil” appears with a surprising frequency in Arendt’s work, even though she never wrote a theory of evil and she was not a moralist. ...
    • Influence of differentiated roles on group forecasting accuracy 

      Önkal D.; Lawrence, M.; Sayım, K. Z. (Elsevier, 2011-03)
      While behavioral research on forecasting has mostly examined the individual forecaster, organizationally-based forecasting processes typically tend to rely on groups with members from different functional areas for arriving ...
    • Judgmental forecasts with scenarios and risks 

      Öz, Esra (Bilkent University, 2017-07)
      The purpose of this thesis is to investigate how scenarios and risks influence judgmental forecasts, forecaster’s confidence, and assessments of likelihood of occurrence. In its attempt to identify the impact of scenarios ...
    • Provider-user differences in perceived usefulness of forecasting formats 

      Önkal D.; Bolger, F. (Pergamon Press, 2004)
      This paper aims to examine potential differences in perceived usefulness of various forecasting formats from the perspectives of providers and users of predictions. Experimental procedure consists of asking participants ...
    • Scenarios as channels of forecast advice 

      Önkal, D.; Sayım, K. Z.; Gönül, M. S. (Elsevier, 2013-05)
      Today's business environment provides tougher competition than ever before, stressing the important role played by information and forecasts in decision-making. The scenario method has been popular for focused organizational ...