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Judgment and Decision Making
Volume 4, Number 1, February 2009
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Time preference and its relationship with age, health, and survival
probability, pp. 1-19 (html).
Cognitive abilities and superior decision making under risk:
A protocol analysis and process model evaluation, pp. 20-33 (html).
Numeracy, frequency, and Bayesian reasoning,
pp. 34-40 (html).
Moody experts --- How mood and
expertise influence judgmental anchoring, pp. 41-50 (html).
Speakers' choice of frame in binary choice: Effects of
recommendation mode and option attractiveness, pp. 51-63 (html).
Psychophysics and the judgment of price: Judging complex objects on a non-physical dimension elicits sequential effects like those in perceptual tasks,
pp. 64-81 (html).
Causal explanations affect judgments of the need for psychological treatment,
pp. 82-91 (html).
Aging and choice: Applications to Medicare Part D,
pp. 92-101 (html).
"Am I going to be happy and financially
stable?": How American women feel when they think
about financial security, pp. 102-112 (html).
Editor's report and acknowledgements, 2008
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