TOC: Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 9(3)

Are good reasoners more incest-friendly? Trait cognitive reflection predicts selective moralization in a sample of American adults
Edward B. Royzman, Justin F. Landy, Geoffrey P. Goodwin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Cynicism in negotiation: When communication increases buyers’ skepticism
Eyal Ert, Stephanie Creary, Max H. Bazerman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Limited capacity to lie: Cognitive load interferes with being dishonest
Anna E. van ‘t Veer, Mariëlle Stel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On the psychology of self-prediction: Consideration of situational barriers to intended actions
Connie S. K. Poon, Derek J. Koehler, Roger Buehler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effects of mental steps and compatibility on Bayesian reasoning
Shahar Ayal, Ruth Beyth-Marom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How many calories were in those hamburgers again? Distribution density biases recall of attribute values
Jessica M. Choplin, Douglas H. Wedell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Using cognitive models to combine probability estimates
Michael D. Lee, Irina Danileiko [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The combined role of task, child’s age and individual differences in understanding decision processes
Irwin P. Levin, Elaine A. Bossard, Gary J. Gaeth, Haoyang Yan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Change and status quo in decisions with defaults: The effect of incidental emotions depends on the type of default
Yury Shevchenko, Bettina von Helversen, Benjamin Scheibehenne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]