TOC: Judgement Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 11(1)

Prompting deliberation increases base-rate use
Natalie A. Obrecht, Dana L. Chesney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The tide that lifts all focal boats: Asymmetric predictions of ascent and descent in rankings
Shai Davidai, Thomas Gilovich [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Why do we overestimate others’ willingness to pay?
William J. Matthews, Ana I. Gheorghiu, Mitchell J. Callan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The price of not putting a price on love
A. Peter McGraw, Derick F. Davis, Sydney E. Scott, Philip E. Tetlock [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Predictions on the go: Prevalence of spontaneous spending predictions
Johanna Peetz, Melanie Simmons, Jingwen Chen, Roger Buehler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

American attitudes toward nudges
Janice Y. Jung, Barbara A. Mellers [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Risky Decision making: Testing for violations of transitivity predicted by an editing mechanism
Michael H. Birnbaum, Daniel Navarro-Martinez, Christoph Ungemach, Neil Stewart, Edika G. Quispe-Torreblanca [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Overlap of accessible information undermines the anchoring effect
Štepán Bahník, Fritz Strack [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investigating an alternate form of the cognitive reflection test
Keela S. Thomson, Daniel M. Oppenheimer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Cognitive reflection as a predictor of susceptibility to behavioral anomalies
Mohammad Noori [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

It’s still bullshit: Reply to Dalton (2016)
Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Nathaniel Barr, Derek J. Koehler, Jonathan A. Fugelsang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bullshit for you; transcendence for me. A commentary on "On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit"
Craig Dalton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]