TOC: Judgement Dec Making


Judgement and Decision Making, 10(6)

Synergistic effects of voting and enforcement on internalized motivation to cooperate in a resource dilemma
Daniel A. DeCar, Marco A. Jansse, Allen Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does telling white lies signal pro-social preferences?
Laura Biziou-van-Po, Jana Haene, Arianna Novar, Andrés Occhipint, Valerio Capraro [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit
Gordon Pennycoo, James Allan Cheyn, Nathaniel Bar, Derek J. Koehle, Jonathan A. Fugelsang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Introducing money at any time can reduce discounting in intertemporal choices with rewards: An extension of the upfront money effect
Hong-Yue Su, Cheng-Ming Jiang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Accounting for reciprocity in negotiation and social exchange
Alexandra A. Misli, Peter A. Boumgarde, Daisung Jan, William P. Bottom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Are buyers of apartments superstitious? Evidence from the Russian real estate market
Evgeny A. Antipo, Elena B. Pokryshevskaya [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is the call to prayer a call to cooperate? A field experiment on the impact of religious salience on prosocial behavior
Erik P. Duhaime [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and reliability, of the Italian version of the Passive Risk Taking (PRT) Scale
Silvia Riv, Via A.Di RudinìAlessandra Gorin, Ilaria Cutic, Ketti Mazzocc, Gabriella Pravettoni [Publisher] [Google Scholar]