Society for Judgment and Decision Making    European Association for Decision Making

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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 16, Number 1, January 2021


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Veil-of-ignorance reasoning mitigates self-serving bias in resource allocation during the COVID-19 crisis, pp. 1-19 (html).
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 (html).
Ruty Keinan, Tali Idan and Yoella Bereby-Meyer
Data (csv), Key (docx), Matrials (pdf)

Accentuation and compatibility: Replication and extensions of Shafir (1993) to rethink choosing versus rejecting paradigms, pp. 36-56 (html).
Subramanya Prasad Chandrashekar, Jasmin Weber, Sze Ying Chan, Won Young Cho, Tsz Ching Connie Chu, Bo Ley Cheng and Gilad Feldman
Data (csv), Supplement (pdf)

Attentional shifts and preference reversals: An eye-tracking study, pp. 57-93 (html).
Carlos Alós-Ferrer, Alexander Jaudas and Alexander Ritschel
Data (zip)

When two wrongs make a right: The efficiency-consumption gap under separate vs. joint evaluations, pp. 94-113 (html).
Eyal Gamliel and Eyal Pe'er
Data (csv): Pilot, Study 1, Study 2
Supplement (pdf)

Myopia drives reckless behavior in response to over-taxation, pp. 114-130 (html).
Mikhail S. Spektor and Dirk U. Wulff

Anchoring without scale distortion, pp. 131-141 (html).
Štěpán Bahník
Data (txt): Comparison, Absolute

Steady steps versus sudden shifts: Cooperation in (a)symmetric linear and step-level social dilemmas, pp. 142-164 (html).
Judith Kas, David J. Hardisty and Michel J. J. Handgraaf
Data (csv): Study 1, Study 2
Supplement (pdf)

The effects of tool comparisons when estimating the likelihood of task success, pp. 165-200 (html).
Shuqi Li, Jane E. Miller, Jillian O’Rourke Stuart, Sean J. Jules, Aaron M. Scherer, Andrew R. Smith and Paul D. Windschitl
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Study 4, Study 5, Study 6

How preference change induced by mere action versus inaction persists over time, pp. 201-237 (html).
Zhang Chen, Rob W. Holland, Julian Quandt, Ap Dijksterhuis and Harm Veling

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