This report deals with one aspect of RAND's continuing study of methods for improving decisionmaking. It describes the results of an extensive set of experiments conducted at RAND during the spring and summer of 1968. The experiments were concerned with evaluating the effectiveness of the Delphi procedures for formulating group judgments.
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