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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 5, Number 4, July 2010

Special issue: Recognition processes in inferential decision making

Edited by Julian N. Marewski, Rüdiger F. Pohl and Oliver Vitouch

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Recognition-based judgments and decisions: Introduction to the special issue (Vol. 1), pp. 207-215 (html).
Julian N. Marewski, Rüdiger F. Pohl and Oliver Vitouch

Why recognition is rational: Optimality results on single-variable decision rules, pp. 216-229 (html).
Clintin P. Davis-Stober, Jason Dana and David V. Budescu

When less is more in the recognition heuristic, pp. 230-243 (html).
Michael Smithson

The less-is-more effect: Predictions and tests, pp. 244-257 (html).
Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos

Less-is-more effects without the recognition heuristic, pp. 258-271 (html).
C. Philip Beaman, Philip T. Smith, Caren A. Frosch and Rachel McCloy

Precise models deserve precise measures: A methodological dissection, pp. 272-284 (html).
Benjamin E. Hilbig

Physiological arousal in processing recognition information: Ignoring or integrating cognitive cues?, pp. 285-299 (html).
Guy Hochman, Shahar Ayal and Andreas Glöckner

Think or blink --- is the recognition heuristic an ``intuitive'' strategy?, pp. 300-309 (html).
Benjamin E. Hilbig, Sabine G. Scholl and Rüdiger F. Pohl

I like what I know: Is recognition a non-compensatory determiner of consumer choice?, pp. 310-325 (html).
Onvara Oeusoonthornwattana and David R. Shanks

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