J Behav Dec Making


Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 34(3)



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Choosing for others increases the value of comparative utility
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Resistance to cognitive biases: Longitudinal trajectories and associations with cognitive abilities and academic achievement across development
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Domain‐specific risk attitudes and aging – A systematic review
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Construal level theory and risky decision making following near‐miss events
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Attitudes toward risk and uncertainty: The role of subjective knowledge and affect
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Choice bracketing and experience‐based choice
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Exploiting the dynamics of eye gaze to bias intertemporal choice
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The influence of distance between decoy and target on context effect: Attraction or repulsion?
Jiejie Liao, Yujie Chen, Wuji Lin, Lei Mo [Google Scholar]

Advice to friends in want/should conflicts
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Consumption on steroids: The effect of testosterone on preferences for conspicuous consumption and the moderating role of intrasexual competition
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