Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 15(2)


The many obstacles to effective giving
Lucius Caviola, Stefan Schubert, Jason Nemirow [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fewer but poorer: Benevolent partiality in prosocial preferences
Gabriele Paolacci, Gizem Yalcin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“Do the right thing” for whom? An experiment on ingroup favouritism, group assorting and moral suasion
Ennio Bilancini, Leonardo Boncinelli, Valerio Capraro, Tatiana Celadin, Roberto Di Paolo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does intuitive mindset influence belief in God? A registered replication of Shenhav, Rand and Greene (2012)
S. Adil Saribay, Onurcan Yilmaz, Gülay Gözde Körpe [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Interpreting politically-charged numerical information: The influence of numeracy and problem difficulty on response accuracy
S. Glenn Baker, Niraj Patel, Curtis Von Gunten, K. D. Valentine, Laura D. Scherer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is justice blind or myopic? An examination of the effects of meta-cognitive myopia and truth bias on mock jurors and judges
Myrto Pantazi, Olivier Klein, Mikhail Kissine [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Gaze patterns disclose the link between cognitive reflection and sophistication in strategic interaction
Joshua Zonca, Giorgio Coricelli, Luca Polonio [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Preferences for rank in competition: Is first-place seeking stronger than last-place aversion?
Steven M. Shechter, David J. Hardisty [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Training choices toward low value options
Michael J. Zoltak, Rob W. Holland, Niels Kukken, Harm Veling [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reliance on small samples and the value of taxing reckless behaviors
Ofir Yakobi, Doron Cohen, Eitan Naveh, Ido Erev [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Decisions from experience: Competitive search and choice in kind and wicked environments
Renato Frey [Publisher] [Google Scholar]