Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 15(5)


The delay-reward heuristic: What do people expect in intertemporal choice tasks?
William J. Skylark, Kieran T. F. Chan, George D. Farmer, Kai W. Gaskin, Amelia R. Miller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mycological rationality: Heuristics, perception and decision-making in mushroom foraging
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Strategic thinking and behavior during a pandemic
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Comparing fast thinking and slow thinking: The relative benefits of interventions, individual differences, and inferential rules
M. Asher Lawson, Richard P. Larrick, Jack B. Soll [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Risky choice frames shift the structure and emotional valence of internal arguments: A query theory account of the unusual disease problem
Daniel Wall, Raymond D. Crookes, Eric J. Johnson, Elke U. Weber [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Attraction comes from many sources: Attentional and comparative processes in decoy effects
Marco Marini, Alessandro Ansani, Fabio Paglieri [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Too smart for their own good: Trading truthfulness for efficiency in the Israeli medical internship market
Ariel Rosenfeld, Avinatan Hassidim [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A reflection on cognitive reflection – testing convergent/divergent validity of two measures of cognitive reflection
Nikola Erceg, Zvonimir Galić, Mitja Ružojčić [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Impact of superstitious beliefs on the timing of marriage and childbirth: Evidence from Denmark
Evgeny A. Antipov, Elena B. Pokryshevskaya [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effect of confidence interval construction on judgment accuracy
David R. Mandel, Robert N. Collins, Evan F. Risko, Jonathan A. Fugelsang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The way of making choices: Maximizing and satisficing and its relationship to well-being, personality, and self-rumination
Lenka Vargová, Ľubica Zibrínová, Gabriel Baník [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does pregnancy make women more cautious and calm? The impact of pregnancy on risk decision-making
Jing Chen, Yinghan Guo, Zongqing Liao, Weihai Xia, Shengxiang She [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A cognitive modeling analysis of risk in sequential choice tasks}
Maime Guan, Ryan Stokes, Joachim Vandekerckhove, Michael D. Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The individual true and error model: Getting the most out of limited data
Pele Schramm [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Note on Birnbaum and Wan (2020): True and error model analysis is robust with respect to certain violations of the MARTER model
Michael H. Birnbaum, Bonny Quan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Information, incentives, and goals in election forecasts
Andrew Gelman, Jessica Hullman, Christopher Wlezien, George Elliott Morris [Publisher] [Google Scholar]