This paper presents a preliminary exploration of the integration of social judgment theory and signal detection theory using system dynamics modeling as a means to increase understanding of the prototypical judgment-decision-action problem present in many systems and circumstances. This integration, by allowing the decomposition of both the judgment process and resulting outcomes, offers a unique framework to explore the fundamental mechanisms associated with learning dynamics using outcome feedback. The dynamic framework built incorporates judgment, decision making, and outcome-based feedback in an integrated model.