A Decision from Equate-to-Differentiate, A Judging from Weeding Out
Superfluities— A Commentary on An Equate-to-Differentiate Way of Decision-Making
Xu Fuming, Li Ou
School of Psychology, Central China Normal University; Key Laboratory of Human Development and Mental Health of Hubei
Province;Key Laboratory of Adolescent Cyberpsychology and Behavior (CCNU), Ministry of Education, Wuhan, 430079
Abstract：Behavioral decision making is one of the 21 most important psychological researches in action, which
was claimed by American Psychological Association. An Equate-to-Differentiate Way of Decision-Making, a latest
book written by Professor Li Shu, has focused on the way to describe how real person to make decision-making.
Base on this, this book has established a complex decision-making theory just like an interlacing net with warp and
weft. In the direction of warp, the equate-to-differentiate way is worked as the core, which is used to describe the
mechanism of risky decision and intertemporal choice, as well as other sides of behavioral decision making.
Meanwhile, the weft is the time sequence of theory development, which is also the main line of every content. This
book has gained a great amount of recognition and appreciation from other research colleagues as soon as it was
—《决策心理：齐当别之道》读后[J]. 应用心理学, 2017, 23(1): 92-96.
Xu Fuming, Li Ou. A Decision from Equate-to-Differentiate, A Judging from Weeding Out
Superfluities— A Commentary on An Equate-to-Differentiate Way of Decision-Making. 应用心理学, 2017, 23(1): 92-96.