J Behav Dec Making


Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 35(1)



Decision‐making competence and cognitive abilities: Which abilities matter?
Kenny Skagerlund, Mattias Forsblad, Gustav Tinghög, Daniel Västfjäll [Google Scholar]

Norm avoiders: The effect of optional descriptive norms on charitable donations
Per A. Andersson, Arvid Erlandsson, Daniel Västfjäll [Google Scholar]

Applying a logic of appropriateness to understand behavioral differences between common resource dilemmas and public good dilemmas
Welmer E. Molenmaker, Gert-Jan Lelieveld, Erik W. De Kwaadsteniet, Eric Van Dijk [Google Scholar]

Tactical anger in negotiation: The expresser’s perspective
Daisung Jang, William P. Bottom [Google Scholar]

The left digit effect in a complex judgment task: Evaluating hypothetical college applicants
Andrea L. Patalano, Katherine Williams, Gillian Weeks, Kelsey Kayton, Hilary Barth [Google Scholar]

Narrative expectations in financial forecasting
Samuel G. B. Johnson, David Tuckett [Google Scholar]

Effects of self–other decision‐making on time‐based intertemporal choice
Cui-Xia Zhao, Si-Chu Shen, Yan Li, Xin Liu, Shu Li [Google Scholar]

Characteristics of quantifiers moderate the framing effect
Dawn L. Holford, Marie Juanchich, Miroslav Sirota [Google Scholar]

Attributions for ambiguity in a treatment‐decision context can create ambiguity aversion or seeking
Jillian O’Rourke Stuart, Paul D. Windschitl, Jane E. Miller, Andrew R. Smith, Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher, Laura D. Scherer [Google Scholar]