Society for Judgment and Decision Making    European Association for Decision Making

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ISSN 1930-2975

Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 17, Number 1, January 2022


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Affect and prosocial behavior: The role of decision mode and individual processing style, pp. 1-13 (html).
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 (html).
Hajdi Moche, Tom Gordon-Hecker, Tehila Kogut and Daniel Västfjäll
Data (sav): Israel, Sweden, Supplement

Assessing the test-retest reliability of the social value orientation slider measure, pp. 31-49 (html).
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 (html).
Valerio Capraro, Andrea Vanzo and Antonio Cabrales
Data (xls): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3

Context-dependent outcome expectation contributes to experience-based risky choice, pp. 70-90 (html).
Zhijian He and Junyi Dai

Recalibrating probabilistic forecasts to improve their accuracy, pp. 91-123 (html).
Ying Han and David V. Budescu

Outcome feedback reduces over-forecasting of inflation and overconfidence in forecasts, pp. 124-163 (html).
Xiaoxiao Niu and Nigel Harvey

What drives opposition to suicide? Two exploratory studies of normative judgments, pp. 164-188 (html).
Justin F. Landy and Pritika Shah
Data, materials and code (zip)

After the virtual flood: Risk perceptions and flood preparedness after virtual reality risk communication, pp. 189-214 (html).
Jantsje M. Mol, W. J. Wouter Botzen and Julia E. Blasch
Appendices: A, B, C, D, E

Frequency or total number? A comparison of different presentation formats on risk perception during COVID-19, pp. 215-236 (html).
Yun Jie

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