Society for Judgment and Decision Making    European Association for Decision Making

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ISSN 1930-2975

Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 12, Number 4, July 2017


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The relationship between crowd majority and accuracy for binary decisions, pp. 328-343 (html).
Michael D. Lee and Megan N. Lee
Data (zipped), Supplementary material

FFTrees: A toolbox to create, visualize, and evaluate fast-and-frugal decision trees, pp. 344-368 (html).
Nathaniel D. Phillips, Hansjörg Neth, Jan K. Woike and Wolfgang Gaissmaier

How generalizable is good judgment? A multi-task, multi-benchmark study, pp. 369-381 (html).
Barbara A. Mellers, Joshua D. Baker, Eva Chen, David R. Mandel and Philip E. Tetlock
Data (csv), Scripts (R)
2014 survey (docx), 2015 survey (docx)

Is broad bracketing always better? How broad decision framing leads to more optimal preferences over repeated gambles, pp. 382-395 (html).
Elizabeth C. Webb and Suzanne B. Shu
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2
Variables (csv): Study 1, Study 2
Appendices (pdf),

When is it appropriate to reprimand a norm violation? The roles of anger, behavioral consequences, violation severity, and social distance, pp. 396-407 (html).
Kimmo Eriksson, Per A. Andersson and Pontus Strimling
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Study 4

The value of vulnerability: The transformative capacity of risky trust, pp. 408-414 (html).
Luigino Bruni and Fabio Tufano
Data (csv), Variables

Order effects in the results of song contests: Evidence from the Eurovision and the New Wave, pp. 415-419 (html).
Evgeny A. Antipov and Elena B. Pokryshevskaya
Data (sav): Eurovision, New Wave

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