Society for Judgment and Decision Making    European Association for Decision Making

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ISSN 1930-2975

Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 14, Number 2, March 2019


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Finding meaning in the clouds: Illusory pattern perception predicts receptivity to pseudo-profound bullshit, pp. 109-119 (html).
Alexander C. Walker, Martin Harry Turpin, Jennifer A. Stolz, Jonathan A. Fugelsang and Derek J. Koehler
Data (sav): Exp 1, Exp 2, Exp 3

A reason-based explanation for moral dumbfounding, pp. 120-129 (html).
Matthew L. Stanley, Siyuan Yin and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3

Pill or bill? Influence of monetary incentives on the perceived riskiness and the ethical approval of clinical trials, pp. 130-134 (html).
Janine Hoffart and Benjamin Scheibehenne
Data (csv), Variables, analysis (R)

Are markets more accurate than polls? The surprising informational value of “just asking”, pp. 135-147 (html).
Jason Dana, Pavel Atanasov, Philip Tetlock and Barbara Mellers
Complete data

Intuition speed as a predictor of choice and confidence in point spread predictions, pp. 148-155 (html).
Alexander C. Walker, Martin Harry Turpin, Jonathan A. Fugelsang and Derek J. Koehler
Item data (sav), Subject data (sav), Supplement

The link between intuitive thinking and social conservatism is stronger in WEIRD societies, pp. 156-169 (html).
Onurcan Yilmaz and Sinan Alper
Data (sav): all, meta-analysis data

Do we de-bias ourselves?: The impact of repeated presentation on the bat-and-ball problem, pp. 170-178 (html).
Matthieu Raoelison and Wim De Neys
Data (csv), Key, Materials

Cross-cultural support for a link between analytic thinking and disbelief in God: Evidence from India and the United Kingdom, pp. 179-186 (html).
Michael N. Stagnaro, Robert M. Ross, Gordon Pennycook and David G. Rand
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2
Variables, Supplement

How decision context changes the balance between cost and benefit increasing charitable donations, pp. 187-198 (html).
Marta Caserotti, Enrico Rubaltelli and Paul Slovic
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2, Variables
Materials: Study 1, Study 2

Short-sighted greed? Focusing on the future promotes reputation-based generosity, pp. 199-213 (html).
Hallgeir Sjåstad
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Variables
Materials: Materials

Can asymmetric subjective opportunity cost effect explain impatience in intertemporal choice? A replication study, pp. 214-222 (html).
Si-Chu Shen, Yuan-Na Huang, Cheng-Ming Jiang and Shu Li
Data (sav), Materials

Corrigendum on Thinking dynamics and individual differences: Mouse-tracking analysis of the denominator neglect task

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