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Judgment and Decision Making

2006 - 2022

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Volume 17, month May, 2022

Explaining human sampling rates across different decision domains pp. 487-512 Downloads
Didrika S. van de Wouw, Ryan T. McKay, Bruno B. Averbeck and Nicholas Furl
The day after the disaster: Risk-taking following large- and small-scale disasters in a microworld pp. 513-546 Downloads
Garston Liang, Tim Rakow, Eldad Yechiam and Ben R. Newell
Susceptibility to misinformation is consistent across question framings and response modes and better explained by myside bias and partisanship than analytical thinking pp. 547-573 Downloads
Jon Roozenbeek, Stefan M. Herzog, Michael Geers, Ralf Kurvers, Mubashir Sultan and Sander van der Linden
Maximize when valuable: The domain specificity of maximizing decision-making style pp. 574-597 Downloads
Minfan Zhu, Jun Wang and Xiaofei Xie
Combining white box models, black box machines and human interventions for interpretable decision strategies pp. 598-627 Downloads
Gregory Gadzinski and Alessio Castello
Expectations of how machines use individuating information and base-rates pp. 628-645 Downloads
Sarah D. English, Stephanie Denison and Ori Friedman

Volume 17, month March, 2022

Preference for playing order in games with and without replacement: Motivational biases and probability misestimations pp. 237-262 Downloads
Kwanho Suk and Jieun Koo
“When in Romeâ€: Identifying social norms using coordination games pp. 263-283 Downloads
Erin L. Krupka, Roberto Weber, Rachel T. A. Croson and Hanna Hoover
Testing team reasoning: Group identification is related to coordination in pure coordination games pp. 284-314 Downloads
James Matthew Thom, Uzma Afzal and Natalie Gold
Does the evaluability bias hold when giving to animal charities? pp. 315-330 Downloads
Glen William Spiteri
Cognitive miserliness in argument literacy? Effects of intuitive and analytic thinking on recognizing fallacies pp. 331-361 Downloads
Annika M. Svedholm-Häkkinen and Mika Kiikeri
Belief in karma is associated with perceived (but not actual) trustworthiness pp. 362-377 Downloads
How Hwee Ong, Anthony M. Evans, Rob M. A. Nelissen and Ilja van Beest
Effects of icon arrays to communicate risk in a repeated risky decision-making task pp. 378-399 Downloads
Paul C. Price, Grace A. Carlock, Sarah Crouse and Mariana Vargas Arciga
Pseudocontingencies: Flexible contingency inferences from base rates pp. 400-424 Downloads
Tobias Vogel, Moritz Ingendahl and Linda McCaughey
Violations of economic rationality due to irrelevant information during learning in decision from experience pp. 425-448 Downloads
Mikhail S. Spektor and Hannah Seidler
Both better and worse than others depending on difficulty: Replication and extensions of Kruger’s (1999) above and below average effects pp. 449-486 Downloads
Max Korbmacher, Ching (Isabelle) Kwan and Gilad Feldman

Volume 17, month January, 2022

Affect and prosocial behavior: The role of decision mode and individual processing style pp. 1-13 Downloads
Manja Gärtner, David Andersson, Daniel Västfjäll and Gustav Tinghög
Thinking, good and bad? Deliberative thinking and the singularity effect in charitable giving pp. 14-30 Downloads
Hajdi Moche, Tom Gordon-Hecker, Tehila Kogut and Daniel Västfjäll
Assessing the test-retest reliability of the social value orientation slider measure pp. 31-49 Downloads
Carlos A. de Matos Fernandes, Dieko M. Bakker and Jacob Dijkstra
Playing with words: Do people exploit loaded language to affect others’ decisions for their own benefit? pp. 50-69 Downloads
Valerio Capraro, Andrea Vanzo and Antonio Cabrales
Context-dependent outcome expectation contributes to experience-based risky choice pp. 70-90 Downloads
Zhijian He and Junyi Dai
Recalibrating probabilistic forecasts to improve their accuracy pp. 91-123 Downloads
Ying Han and David V. Budescu
Outcome feedback reduces over-forecasting of inflation and overconfidence in forecasts pp. 124-163 Downloads
Xiaoxiao Niu and Nigel Harvey
What drives opposition to suicide? Two exploratory studies of normative judgments pp. 164-188 Downloads
Justin F. Landy and Pritika Shah
After the virtual flood: Risk perceptions and flood preparedness after virtual reality risk communication pp. 189-214 Downloads
Jantsje M. Mol, W. J. Wouter Botzen and Julia E. Blasch
Frequency or total number? A comparison of different presentation formats on risk perception during COVID-19 pp. 215-237 Downloads
Yun Jie

Volume 16, month November, 2021

Establishing the laws of preferential choice behavior pp. 1324-1369 Downloads
Sudeep Bhatia, Graham Loomes and Daniel Read
Expert and novice sensitivity to environmental regularities in predicting NFL games pp. 1370-1391 Downloads
Lauren E. Montgomery and Michael D. Lee
Agency and self-other asymmetries in perceived bias and shortcomings: Replications of the Bias Blind Spot and link to free will beliefs pp. 1392-1412 Downloads
Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Siu Kit Yeung, Ka Chai Yau, Chung Yee Cheung, Tanay Kulbhushan Agarwal, Cho Yan Joan Wong, Tanishka Pillai, Thea Natasha Thirlwell, Wing Nam Leung, Colman Tse, Yan Tung Li, Bo Ley Cheng, Hill Yan Cedar Chan and Gilad Feldman
Development of decision making based on internal and external information: A hierarchical Bayesian approach pp. 1413-1438 Downloads
Jacqueline N. Zadelaar, Joost A. Agelink van Rentergem, Jessica V. Schaaf, Tycho J. Dekkers, Nathalie de Vent, Laura M. S. Dekkers, Maria C. Olthof, Brenda R. J. Jansen and Hilde M. Huizenga
Success stories cause false beliefs about success pp. 1439-1463 Downloads
George Lifchits, Ashton Anderson, Daniel G. Goldstein, Jake M. Hofman and Duncan J. Watts
Incentivized and non-incentivized liking ratings outperform willingness-to-pay in predicting choice pp. 1464-1484 Downloads
Joshua Hascher, Nitisha Desai and Ian Krajbich
Webcam-based online eye-tracking for behavioral research pp. 1485-1505 Downloads
Xiaozhi Yang and Ian Krajbich
Differences in cooperation between social dilemmas of gain and loss pp. 1506-1524 Downloads
Qingzhou Sun, Haozhi Guo, Jiarui Wang, Jing Zhang, Chengming Jiang and Yongfang Liu
Revenge is not blind: Testing the ability of retribution to justify dishonesty pp. 1525-1548 Downloads
Dar Peleg, Guy Hochman, Timothy Levine, Yechiel Klar and Shahar Ayal
A brief forewarning intervention overcomes negative effects of salient changes in COVID-19 guidance pp. 1549-1574 Downloads
Jeremy D. Gretton, Ethan A. Meyers, Alexander C. Walker, Jonathan A. Fugelsang and Derek J. Koehler
COVID-19 as infodemic: The impact of political orientation and open-mindedness on the discernment of misinformation in WhatsApp pp. 1575-1596 Downloads
Andressa Bonafé-Pontes, Cleno Couto, Regis Kakinohana, Mariana Travain, Luísa Schimidt and Ronaldo Pilati

Volume 16, month September, 2021

Seven (weak and strong) helping effects systematically tested in separate evaluation, joint evaluation and forced choice pp. 1113-1154 Downloads
Arvid Erlandsson
Multiattribute judgment: Acceptance of a new COVID-19 vaccine as a function of price, risk, and effectiveness pp. 1155-1185 Downloads
Michael H. Birnbaum
Consumers' ability to identify a surplus when returns to attributes are nonlinear pp. 1186-1220 Downloads
Pete Lunn and Jason Somerville
Input-dependent noise can explain magnitude-sensitivity in optimal value-based decision-making pp. 1221-1233 Downloads
Angelo Pirrone, Andreagiovanni Reina and Fernand Gobet
Judging fast and slow: The truth effect does not increase under time-pressure conditions pp. 1234-1266 Downloads
Lena Nadarevic, Martin Schnuerch and Marlena J. Stegemann
Norm shifts under the strategy method pp. 1267-1289 Downloads
Simon Columbus and Robert Böhm
To pay or not to pay: Measuring risk preferences in lab and field pp. 1290-1313 Downloads
Pablo Brañas-Garza, Lorenzo Estepa-Mohedano, Diego Jorrat, Victor Orozco and Ericka Rascón-Ramírez
Risky choice framing by experience: A methodological note pp. 1314-1323 Downloads
Anton Kühberger

Volume 16, month July, 2021

Asymmetry and symmetry of acts and omissions in punishment, norms, and judged causality pp. 796-822 Downloads
Toby Handfield, John Thrasher, Andrew Corcoran and Shaun Nichols
No effects of synchronicity in online social dilemma experiments: A registered report pp. 823-843 Downloads
Anthony M. Evans, Christoph Kogler and Willem W. A. Sleegers
A hierarchy of mindreading strategies in joint action participation pp. 844-897 Downloads
Todd Larson Landes, Piers Douglas Howe and Yoshihisa Kashima
Perspective neglect: Inadequate perspective taking limits coordination pp. 898-931 Downloads
Elanor F. Williams, Alicea Lieberman and On Amir
How economic success shapes redistribution: The role of self-serving beliefs, in-group bias and justice principles pp. 932-949 Downloads
Camille Dorin, Marine Hainguerlot, Hélène Huber-Yahi, Jean-Christophe Vergnaud and Vincent de Gardelle
The relation between disgust sensitivity and risk-taking propensity: A domain specific approach pp. 950-968 Downloads
Barış Sevi and Natalie J. Shook
Eye-tracking evidence for fixation asymmetries in verbal and numerical quantifier processing pp. 969-1009 Downloads
Dawn Liu Holford, Marie Juanchich, Tom Foulsham, Miroslav Sirota and Alasdair D. F. Clarke
Visual attention and time preference reversals pp. 1010-1038 Downloads
Yan-Bang Zhou, Qiang Li and Hong-Zhi Liu
Patterns in manually selected numbers in the Israeli lottery pp. 1039-1059 Downloads
Brian A. Polin, Eyal Ben Isaac and Itzhak Aharon
Number preferences in selected Nigerian lottery games pp. 1060-1071 Downloads
Oluwaseun A. Otekunrin, Adesola G. Folorunso and Kehinde O. Alawode
Apparent age and gender differences in survival optimism: To what extent are they a bias in the translation of beliefs onto a percentage scale? pp. 1072-1096 Downloads
David A. Comerford
Does pain make people short-sighted? The impacts of physical and psychological pains on intertemporal choice pp. 1097-1112 Downloads
Jing Chen, Zhican He, Yue Sun, Weihai Xia, Zongqing Liao and Jiaqi Yuan

Volume 16, month May, 2021

Numbers do not add up! The pragmatic approach to the framing of medical treatments pp. 586-613 Downloads
Laura Macchi and Edoardo Zulato
The effect of autism on information sampling during decision-making: An eye-tracking study pp. 614-637 Downloads
George D. Farmer, Paula Smith, Simon Baron-Cohen and William J. Skylark
More is easier? Testing the role of fluency in the more-credible effect pp. 638-686 Downloads
William J. Skylark
Misjudgment of interrupted time-series graphs due to serial dependence: Replication of Matyas and Greenwood (1990) pp. 687-708 Downloads
Anthony J. Bishara, Jacob Peller and Chad M. Galuska
Comparing mixed intertemporal tradeoffs with pure gains or pure losses pp. 709-728 Downloads
Jia-Tao Ma, Lei Wang, Li-Na Chen, Quan He, Qing-Zhou Sun, Hong-Yue Sun and Cheng-Ming Jiang
Influence of divided attention on the attraction effect in multialternative choice pp. 729-742 Downloads
Takashi Tsuzuki, Yuji Takeda and Itsuki Chiba
Does a second offer that becomes irrelevant affect fairness perceptions and willingness to accept in the ultimatum game? pp. 743-765 Downloads
Alisa Voslinsky, Yaron Lahav and Ofer Azar
Turning up the heat: The impact of indoor temperature on selected cognitive processes and the validity of self-report pp. 766-795 Downloads
Martijn Stroom, Nils Kok, Martin Strobel and Piet M. A. Eichholtz

Volume 16, month March, 2021

Selection effects on dishonest behavior pp. 238-266 Downloads
Petr Houdek, Štěpán Bahník, Marek Hudík and Marek Vranka
Underweighting of rare events in social interactions and its implications to the design of voluntary health applications pp. 267-289 Downloads
Ori Plonsky, Yefim Roth and Ido Erev
Social mindfulness is normative when costs are low, but rapidly declines with increases in costs pp. 290-322 Downloads
Christoph Engel and Paul A. M. Van Lange
Forecasting forecaster accuracy: Contributions of past performance and individual differences pp. 323-362 Downloads
Mark Himmelstein, Pavel Atanasov and David V. Budescu
Facilitating sender-receiver agreement in communicated probabilities: Is it best to use words, numbers or both? pp. 363-393 Downloads
David R. Mandel and Daniel Irwin
Risky choice framing with various problem descriptions: A replication and extension study pp. 394-421 Downloads
Lei Zhou, Nan Liu, Ya-Qiong Liao and Ai-Mei Li
Inference and preference in intertemporal choice pp. 422-459 Downloads
William J. Skylark, George D. Farmer and Nadia Bahemia
Judgments of frequency and duration: One or two Underlying Dimensions? pp. 460-483 Downloads
Johannes Titz and Peter Sedlmeier
Beyond “fake newsâ€: Analytic thinking and the detection of false and hyperpartisan news headlines pp. 484-504 Downloads
Robert M. Ross, David G. Rand and Gordon Pennycook
Denotative and connotative management of uncertainty: A computational dual-process model pp. 505-550 Downloads
Jesse Hoey, Neil J. MacKinnon and Tobias Schrö der
Nudging freelance professionals to increase their retirement pension fund contributions pp. 551-565 Downloads
Enrico Rubaltelli and Lorella Lotto
Consequences, norms, and inaction: Response to Gawronski et al pp. 566-595 Downloads
Jonathan Baron and Geoffrey P. Goodwin

Volume 16, month January, 2021

Veil-of-ignorance reasoning mitigates self-serving bias in resource allocation during the COVID-19 crisis pp. 1-19 Downloads
Karen Huang, Regan M. Bernhard, Netta Barak-Corren, Max Bazerman and Joshua D. Greene
Compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines: Active vs. passive risk takers pp. 20-35 Downloads
Ruty Keinan, Tali Idan and Yoella Bereby-Meyer
Accentuation and compatibility: Replication and extensions of Shafir (1993) to rethink choosing versus rejecting paradigms pp. 36-56 Downloads
Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Jasmin Weber, Sze Ying Chan, Won Young Cho, Tsz Ching Connie Chu, Bo Ley Cheng and Gilad Feldman
Attentional shifts and preference reversals: An eye-tracking study pp. 57-93 Downloads
Carlos Alós-Ferrer, Alexander Jaudas and Alexander Ritschel
When two wrongs make a right: The efficiency-consumption gap under separate vs. joint evaluations pp. 94-113 Downloads
Eyal Gamliel and Eyal Pe'er
Myopia drives reckless behavior in response to over-taxation pp. 114-130 Downloads
Mikhail S. Spektor and Dirk U. Wulff
Anchoring without scale distortion pp. 131-141 Downloads
Štěpán Bahník
Steady steps versus sudden shifts: Cooperation in (a)symmetric linear and step-level social dilemmas pp. 142-164 Downloads
Judith Kas, David J. Hardisty and Michel J. J. Handgraaf
The effects of tool comparisons when estimating the likelihood of task success pp. 165-200 Downloads
Shuqi Li, Jane E. Miller, Jillian O’Rourke Stuart, Sean J. Jules, Aaron M. Scherer, Andrew R. Smith and Paul D. Windschitl
How preference change induced by mere action versus inaction persists over time pp. 201-237 Downloads
Zhang Chen, Rob W. Holland, Julian Quandt, Ap Dijksterhuis and Harm Veling
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