Judgment Dec Making

Introduction

Judgment and Decision Making, 16(3)

INTEREST CATEGORY: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
POSTING TYPE: TOCs


Numbers do not add up! The pragmatic approach to the framing of medical treatments
Laura Macchi, Edoardo Zulato [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effect of autism on information sampling during decision-making: An eye-tracking study
George D. Farmer, Paula Smith, Simon Baron-Cohen, William J. Skylark [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

More is easier? Testing the role of fluency in the more-credible effect
William J. Skylark [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Misjudgment of interrupted time-series graphs due to serial dependence: Replication of Matyas and Greenwood (1990)
Anthony J. Bishara, Jacob Peller, Chad M. Galuska [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparing mixed intertemporal tradeoffs with pure gains or pure losses
Jia-Tao Ma, Lei Wang, Li-Na Chen, Quan He, Qing-Zhou Sun, Hong-Yue Sun, Cheng-Ming Jiang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Influence of divided attention on the attraction effect in multialternative choice
Takashi Tsuzuki, Yuji Takeda, Itsuki Chiba [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does a second offer that becomes irrelevant affect fairness perceptions and willingness to accept in the ultimatum game?
Alisa Voslinsky, Yaron Lahav, Ofer H. Azar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Turning up the heat: The impact of indoor temperature on selected cognitive processes and the validity of self-report
Martijn Stroom, Nils Kok, Martin Strobel, Piet M. A. Eichholtz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]