TOC: J Behavioral Dec Making


Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 29(2/3)

Applications and Innovations of Eye-movement Research in Judgment and Decision Making
Nathaniel J. S. Ashby, Joseph G. Johnson, Ian Krajbich and Michel Wedel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Special Issue Articles

Areas of Interest as a Signal Detection Problem in Behavioral Eye-Tracking Research
Jacob L. Orquin, Nathaniel J. S. Ashby and Alasdair D. F. Clarke [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eye Movements in Risky Choice
Neil Stewart, Frouke Hermens and William J. Matthews [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eye Movements in Strategic Choice
Neil Stewart, Simon Gächter, Takao Noguchi and Timothy L. Mullett [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eye-tracking Social Preferences
Ting Jiang, Jan Potters and Yukihiko Funaki [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Scanpath Analysis of the Risky Decision-Making Process
Lei Zhou, Yang-Yang Zhang, Zuo-Jun Wang, Li-Lin Rao, Wei Wang, Shu Li, Xingshan Li and Zhu-Yuan Liang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eyes on the Prize? Evidence of Diminishing Attention to Experienced and Foregone Outcomes in Repeated Experiential Choice
Nathaniel J. S. Ashby and Tim Rakow [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Different Attentional Patterns for Regret and Disappointment: An Eye-tracking Study
Nadège Bault, Pierre Wydoodt and Giorgio Coricelli [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Now or Later? Attentional Processing and Intertemporal Choice
Ana M. Franco-Watkins, Richard E. Mattson and Marc D. Jackson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How Information Availability Interacts with Visual Attention during Judgment and Decision Tasks
Philip Pärnamets, Roger Johansson, Kerstin Gidlöf and Annika Wallin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Tracing Attitude Expressions: An Eye-Tracking Study
Roxanne I. van Giesen, Arnout R. H. Fischer, Heleen van Dijk and Hans C. M. van Trijp [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Effect of Emotion on Visual Attention to Information and Decision Making in the Context of Informed Consent Process for Clinical Trials
Rebecca A. Ferrer, Jennifer Tehan Stanley, Kaitlin Graff, William M. P. Klein, Nina Goodman, Wendy L. Nelson and Silvia Salazar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Nodule Detection with Eye Movements
Michel Wedel, Jin Yan, Eliot L. Siegel and Hongshuang ( Alice) Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How People with Low and High Graph Literacy Process Health Graphs: Evidence from Eye-tracking
Yasmina Okan, Mirta Galesic and Rocio Garcia-Retamero [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sensitivity to Affective Information and Investors’ Evaluation of Past Performance: An Eye-tracking Study
Enrico Rubaltelli, Sergio Agnoli and Laura Franchin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Eye See What You Are Saying: Testing Conversational Influences on the Information Gleaned from Home-Loan Disclosure Forms
Mark A. LeBoeuf, Jessica M. Choplin and Debra Pogrund Stark [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“I can see it in your eyes”: Biased Processing and Increased Arousal in Dishonest Responses
Guy Hochman, Andreas Glöckner, Susann Fiedler and Shahar Ayal [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Odor Semantics and Visual Cues: What We Smell Impacts Where We Look, What We Remember, and What We Want to Buy
May O. Lwin, Maureen Morrin, Chiao Sing Trinetta Chong and Su Xin Goh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]