TOC: Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 12(3)

To increase engagement, offer less: The effect of assortment size on children’s engagement
Michal Maimaran [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

It’s not fair: Folk intuitions about disadvantageous and advantageous inequity aversion
Alex Shaw, Shoham Choshen-Hillel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How do individuals evaluate and respond to pro-equality decision makers? It depends on joint outcome and Social Value Orientation
Hong Zhang, Weijing Deng, Jiawei Zhu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Moral judgments of risky choices: A moral echoing effect
Mary Parkinson, Ruth M. J. Byrne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Better is worse, worse is better: Reexamination of violations of dominance in intertemporal choice
Cheng-Ming Jiang, Hong-Mei Sun, Long-Fei Zhu, Lei Zhao, Hong-Zhi Liu, Hong-Yue Sun [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Establishing the relevance of non-compensatory choice algorithms from stated choice surveys – an exploration
Evert Jan van de Kaa [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is saving lives your task or God’s? Religiosity, belief in god, and moral judgment
Netta Barak-Corren, Max Bazerman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Moral pluralism on the trolley tracks: Different normative principles are used for different reasons in justifying moral judgments
Büsra Aktas, Onurcan Yilmaz, Hasan G. Bahçekapili [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

It’s not right but it’s permitted: Wording effects in moral judgement
Sergio Barbosa, William Jiménez-Leal [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Perceptions of water systems
Shahzeen Z. Attari, Kelsey Poinsatte-Jones, Kelsey Hinton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]