National Security Through a Cockeyed Lens: How Cognitive Bias Impacts U.S. Foreign Policy
How do mental errors or cognitive biases undermine good decision making?" This is the question Steve A. Yetiv takes up in his latest foreign policy study, National Security through a Cockeyed Lens.Yetiv draws on four decades of psychological, historical, and political science research on cognitive biases to illuminate some of the key pitfalls in our leaders’ decision-making processes and some of the mental errors we make in perceiving ourselves and the world… [From Amazon.com]
Johns Hopkins University Press
National security, Decision making, Foreign relations, United States
American Politics | Cognitive Psychology | International Relations | National Security Law
Yetiv, Steve A., "National Security Through a Cockeyed Lens: How Cognitive Bias Impacts U.S. Foreign Policy" (2013). Political Science & Geography Faculty Books. 15.