TOC: Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 7(4)

Evaluating the coherence of Take-the-best in structured environments
Michael D. Lee, Shunan Zhang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Back or to the future? Preferences of time travelers
Florence Ettlin, Ralph Hertwig [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Ambiguity aversion in a delay analogue of the Ellsberg Paradox
Bethany J. Weber, Wah Pheow Tan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Individuals’ insight into intrapersonal externalities
David J. Stillwell, Richard J. Tunney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Separating response variability from structural inconsistency to test models of risky decision making
Michael H. Birnbaum, Jeffrey P. Bahra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Response mode, compatibility, and dual-processes in the evaluation of simple gambles: An eye-tracking investigation
Enrico Rubaltelli, Stephan Dickert, Paul Slovic [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investor regret: The role of expectation in comparing what is to what might have been
Wen-Hsien Huang, Marcel Zeelenberg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Not all streaks are the same: Individual differences in risk preferences during runs of gains and losses
Christopher T. Ball [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Measurement-induced focusing and the magnitude of loss aversion: The difference between comparing gains to losses and losses to gains
Fieke Harinck, Ilja Van Beest, Eric Van Dijk, Marjolijn Van Zeeland [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Decision making under hypoxia: Oxygen depletion increases risk seeking for losses but not for gains
Stefania Pighin, Nicolao Bonini, Lucia Savadori, Constantinos Hadjichristidis, Tommaso Antonetti, Federico Schena [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Atypical moral judgment following traumatic brain injury
Ana T. Martins, Luis M. Faisca, Francisco Esteves, Angelica Muresan, Alexandra Reis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Cognition in the woods: Biases in probability judgments by search and rescue planners
Kenneth A. Hill [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The impact of purchase quantity on the compromise effect: The balance heuristic
Yin-Hui Cheng, Shin-Shin Chang, Shih-Chieh Chuang, Ming-Wei Yu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Testing the effect of time pressure on asymmetric dominance and compromise decoys in choice
Jonathan Pettibone [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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