Society for Judgment and Decision Making    European Association for Decision Making

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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 15, Number 4, July 2020


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Moral preferences in helping dilemmas expressed by matching and forced choice, pp. 452-475 (html).
Arvid Erlandsson, Amanda Lindkvist, Kajsa Lundqvist, Per A. Andersson, Stephan Dickert, Paul Slovic and Daniel Västfjäll
Data (xlsx): Study 1, Study 2, Variables (pdf)
Materials (pdf): Study 1, Study 2,

On the belief that beliefs should change according to evidence: Implications for conspiratorial, moral, paranormal, political, religious, and science beliefs, pp. 476-498 (html).
Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Derek J. Koehler and Jonathan A. Fugelsang
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Supplement,
Materials (txt): Study 2, Study 3

Taking risks for the best: Maximizing and risk-taking tendencies, pp. 499-508 (html).
Tian Qiu, Yang Bai and Jingyi Lu
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Study 4

Donors vastly underestimate differences in charities' effectiveness, pp. 509-516 (html).
Lucius Caviola, Stefan Schubert, Elliot Teperman, David Moss, Spencer Greenberg and Nadira S. Faber
Data and materials (OSF site), Supplement

Procedural and economic utilities in consequentialist choice: Trading freedom of choice to minimize financial losses, pp. 517-533 (html).
Daniel A. DeCaro, Marci S. DeCaro, Jared M. Hotaling and Joseph G. Johnson
Data (xlsx): Expt. 1, Expt. 2, Supplement

Gender differences in the trade-off between objective equality and efficiency, pp. 534-544 (html).
Valerio Capraro
Data (csv), Meta-analysis

Biased perceptions about momentum: Do comeback teams have higher chances to win in basketball, pp. 545-560 (html).
Elia Morgulev, Alisa Voslinsky, Ofer H. Azar and Michael Bar-Eli
Data (tsv)

Solve the dilemma by spinning a penny? On using random decision-making aids, pp. 561-571 (html).
Mariela E. Jaffé, Maria Douneva and Rainer Greifeneder

Are the symptoms really remitting? How the subjective interpretation of outcomes can produce an illusion of causality, pp. 572-585 (html).
Fernando Blanco, Maria Manuela Moreno-Fernández and Helena Matute
Data (csv): Expt. 1, Expt. 2, Variables

The psychology of task management: The smaller tasks trap, pp. 586-599 (html).
Zohar Rusou, Moty Amar and Shahar Ayal
Data (sav): Expt. 1, Expt. 2
Code (sps): Expt. 1, Expt. 2

May the odds — or your personality — be in your favor: Probability of observing a favorable outcome, Honesty-Humility, and dishonest behavior, pp. 600-610 (html).
Christoph Schild, Morten Moshagen, Karolina A. Ścigała and Ingo Zettler
OSF site

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