The calibration of situation awareness and confidence within a multinational operational net assessment

  • Lichacz F
  • Farrell P
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Abstract

Individuals from 5 countries participated in an experiment to examine the effect of an operational net assessment (ONA) multinational information sharing (MNIS) procedure on coalition conflict resolution within a hypothetical precrisis situation. This article reports the findings for the effect of an ONA MNIS on situation awareness (SA) and the calibration of SA and confidence. In general, the findings revealed that the ONA MNIS procedure used in this experiment facilitated shared SA among the coalition teams. Although the participants were generally well calibrated, there was a trend toward overconfidence in their SA responses. These findings are discussed within the context of current and future multinational coalition environments. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • Frederick M.J. Lichacz

  • Philip S.E. Farrell

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