A Different Take on Live Cases: Decision Making Under Time Pressure


  • Kiersten M. Maryott University of Pittsburgh


live case, time pressure, realism


A concern expressed with the traditional case method is an overall lack of

Author Biography

Kiersten M. Maryott, University of Pittsburgh

Marketing, Clinical Assistant Professor


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