TOC: Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 14(2)

Finding meaning in the clouds: Illusory pattern perception predicts receptivity to pseudo-profound bullshit
Alexander C. Walker, Martin Harry Turpin, Jennifer A. Stolz, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, Derek J. Koehler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A reason-based explanation for moral dumbfounding
Matthew L. Stanley, Siyuan Yin, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Pill or bill? Influence of monetary incentives on the perceived riskiness and the ethical approval of clinical trials
Janine Hoffart, Benjamin Scheibehenne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Are markets more accurate than polls? The surprising informational value of “just asking”
Jason Dana, Pavel Atanasov, Philip Tetlock, Barbara Mellers [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Intuition speed as a predictor of choice and confidence in point spread predictions
Alexander C. Walker, Martin Harry Turpin, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, Derek J. Koehler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The link between intuitive thinking and social conservatism is stronger in WEIRD societies
Onurcan Yilmaz, Sinan Alper [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Do we de-bias ourselves?: The impact of repeated presentation on the bat-and-ball problem
Matthieu Raoelison, Wim De Neys [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Cross-cultural support for a link between analytic thinking and disbelief in God: Evidence from India and the United Kingdom
Michael N. Stagnaro, Robert M. Ross, Gordon Pennycook, David G. Rand [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How decision context changes the balance between cost and benefit increasing charitable donations
Marta Caserotti, Enrico Rubaltelli, Paul Slovic [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Short-sighted greed? Focusing on the future promotes reputation-based generosity
Hallgeir Sjåstad [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Can asymmetric subjective opportunity cost effect explain impatience in intertemporal choice? A replication study
Si-Chu Shen, Yuan-Na Huang, Cheng-Ming Jiang, Shu Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]