TOC: Judgement Dec Making


Judgement and Decision Making, 14(4)

Revealed strength of preference: Inference from response times
Arkady Konovalov, Ian Krajbich [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A universal method for evaluating the quality of aggregators
Ying Han, David Budescu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Right-wing ideology and numeracy: A perception of greater ability, but poorer performance
Becky L. Choma, David Sumantry, Yaniv Hanoch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Dishonest helping and harming after (un)fair treatment
Margarita Leib, Simone Moran, Shaul Shalvi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Political double standards in reliance on moral foundations
Kimmo Eriksson, Brent Simpson, Pontus Strimling [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Beyond reach: Do symmetric changes in motor costs affect decision making? A registered report
Arkady Zgonnikov, Nadim A. A. Atiya, Denis O’Hora, Iñaki Rañò, KongFatt Wong-Lin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The robustness of anchoring effects on preferential judgments
Sangsuk Yoon, Nathan M. Fong, Angelika Dimoka [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Information search in everyday decisions: The generalizability of the attraction search effect
Sophie E. Scharf, Monika Wiegelmann, Arndt Bröder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The decision paradoxes motivating Prospect Theory: The prevalence of the paradoxes increases with numerical ability
Philip Millroth, Håkan Nilsson, Peter Juslin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]