In this chapter, we present our key results. Specifically, our stated hypotheses are explicitly tested here where the efficacy of debriefing-based SDILE is assessed on five dimensions: subjects’ task performance, decision strategy, decision time, structural knowledge, and heuristic knowledge. Both the main effects and indirect effects of debriefing on these five dimensions are reported. Beginning with the descriptive analysis of our participant, we report the subjects’ performance and learning in the dynamic task. Subjects’ reaction to received debriefing as well as the effects of the practice is also reported here.
SDILE Task performance Decision strategy Decision time Heuristic knowledge Debriefing Effects of the practice Dynamic tasks System dynamics Health policy HAART Multivariate analysis Process-oriented debriefing Outcome-oriented debriefing
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