Judge Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 15(6)


Without a mask: Judgments of Corona virus exposure as a function of inter personal distance
Ola Svenson, Sophia Appelbom, Marcus Mayorga, Torun Lindholm Öjmyr [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Quick and dirty: Intuitive cognitive style predicts trust in Didier Raoult and his hydroxychloroquine-based treatment against COVID-19
Joffrey Fuhrer, Florian Cova [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Inducing feelings of ignorance makes people more receptive to expert (economist) opinion
Ethan A. Meyers, Martin H. Turpin, Michał Białek, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, Derek J. Koehler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Activating reflective thinking with decision justification and debiasing training
Ozan Isler, Onurcan Yilmaz, Burak Dogruyol [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Coherence of probability judgments from uncertain evidence: Does ACH help?
Christopher W. Karvetski, David R. Mandel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Will she give you two cookies for one chocolate? Children’s intuitions about trades
Margaret Echelbarger, Kayla Good, Alex Shaw [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Kilo what? Default units increase value sensitivity in joint evaluations of energy efficiency
Mario Herberz, Tobias Brosch, Ulf J. J. Hahnel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Unit Asking, a method for increasing donations: A replication and extension
Hulda Karlsson, Simon Hellström, Hajdi Moche, Daniel Västfjäll [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

More time, more work: How time limits bias estimates of task scope and project duration
Indranil Goswami, Oleg Urminsky [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Carryover of domain-dependent risk preferences in a novel decision-making task
Martin S. Shapiro, Paul C. Price, Edward Mitchell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A meta-analytical and experimental examination of blood glucose effects on decision making under risk
Jacob Lund Orquin, Jacob Dalgaard Christensen, Carl-Johan Lagerkvist [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Evaluating prosocial COVID-19 messaging frames: Evidence from a field study on Facebook
Sachin Banker, Joowon Park [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reanalysis of Butler and Pogrebna (2018) using true and error model
Michael H. Birnbaum [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Intransitive preferences or choice errors? A reply to Birnbaum
David Butler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On the validity of the CNI model of moral decision-making: Reply to Baron and Goodwin (2020)
Bertram Gawronski, Paul Conway, Mandy Hütter, Dillon M. Luke, Joel Armstrong, Rebecca Friesdorf [Publisher] [Google Scholar]