Judgment Dec Making


Judgment and Decision Making, 16(2)


Selection effects on dishonest behavior
Petr Houdek, Štěpán Bahník, Marek Hudík, Marek Vranka [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Underweighting of rare events in social interactions and its implications to the design of voluntary health applications
Ori Plonsky, Yefim Roth, Ido Erev [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Social mindfulness is normative when costs are low, but rapidly declines with increases in costs
Christoph Engel, Paul A. M. Van Lange [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Forecasting forecaster accuracy: Contributions of past performance and individual differences
Mark Himmelstein, Pavel Atanasov, David V. Budescu [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Facilitating sender-receiver agreement in communicated probabilities: Is it best to use words, numbers or both?
David R. Mandel, Daniel Irwin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Risky choice framing with various problem descriptions: A replication and extension study
Lei Zhou, Nan Liu, Ya-Qiong Liao, Ai-Mei Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Inference and preference in intertemporal choice
William J. Skylark, George D. Farmer, Nadia Bahemia [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Judgments of frequency and duration: One or two Underlying Dimensions?
Johannes Titz, Peter Sedlmeier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Beyond “fake news”: Analytic thinking and the detection of false and hyperpartisan news headlines
Robert M. Ross, David G. Rand, Gordon Pennycook [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Denotative and connotative management of uncertainty: A computational dual-process model
Jesse Hoey, Neil J. MacKinnon, Tobias Schröder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Nudging freelance professionals to increase their retirement pension fund contributions
Enrico Rubaltelli, Lorella Lotto [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consequences, norms, and inaction: Response to Gawronski et al.
Jonathan Baron, Geoffrey P. Goodwin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]