Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 16(1)


Veil-of-ignorance reasoning mitigates self-serving bias in resource allocation during the COVID-19 crisis
Karen Huang, Regan M. Bernhard, Netta Barak-Corren, Max Bazerman, Joshua D. Greene [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines: Active vs. passive risk takers
Ruty Keinan, Tali Idan, Yoella Bereby-Meyer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Accentuation and compatibility: Replication and extensions of Shafir (1993) to rethink choosing versus rejecting paradigms
Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Jasmin Weber, Sze Ying Chan, Won Young Cho, Tsz Ching Connie Chu, Bo Ley Cheng, Gilad Feldman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Attentional shifts and preference reversals: An eye-tracking study
Carlos Alós-Ferrer, Alexander Jaudas, Alexander Ritschel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When two wrongs make a right: The efficiency-consumption gap under separate vs. joint evaluations
Eyal Gamliel, Eyal Pe’er [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Myopia drives reckless behavior in response to over-taxation
Mikhail S. Spektor, Dirk U. Wulff [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Anchoring without scale distortion
Štěpán Bahník [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Steady steps versus sudden shifts: Cooperation in (a)symmetric linear and step-level social dilemmas
Judith Kas, David J. Hardisty, Michel J. J. Handgraaf [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effects of tool comparisons when estimating the likelihood of task success
Shuqi Li, Jane E. Miller, Jillian O’Rourke Stuart, Sean J. Jules, Aaron M. Scherer, Andrew R. Smith, Paul D. Windschitl [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How preference change induced by mere action versus inaction persists over time
Zhang Chen, Rob W. Holland, Julian Quandt, Ap Dijksterhuis, Harm Veling [Publisher] [Google Scholar]