J Behav Dec Making


Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 33(5)



Inconsistencies in repeated refugee status decisions
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The association between risky decision making and attention‐deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms: A preregistered assessment of need for cognition as underlying mechanism
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Money does not stink: Using unpleasant odors as stimulus material changes risky decision making
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How representations of number and numeracy predict decision paradoxes: A fuzzy‐trace theory approach
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Decision‐making styles and mental health—A person‐oriented approach through clustering
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The decision to check in multialternative choices and limited sensitivity to default
Yefim Roth [Google Scholar]

Contextual framing of loss impacts harm avoidance during risky spatial decisions
Kevin Jarbo, David Colaço, Timothy Verstynen [Google Scholar]

Illusory trust: Kanizsa shapes incidentally increase trust and willingness to invest
Thorsten M. Erle, Michael K. Zürn [Google Scholar]

The effect of imperfect memory recall on risk preferences
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Adding versus averaging: Evaluability theory applied to job choice decisions
Yalcin Acikgoz [Google Scholar]