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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 6, Number 1, February 2011

Special issue: Recognition processes in inferential decision making (II)

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 (II), pp. 1-6 (html).
Julian N. Marewski, Rüdiger F. Pohl and Oliver Vitouch

Threshold models of recognition and the recognition heuristic, pp. 7-22 (html).
Edgar Erdfelder, Carolina E. Küpper-Tetzel and Sandra D. Mattern

Processing of recognition information and additional cues: A model-based analysis of choice, confidence, and response time, pp. 23-42 (html).
Andreas Glöckner and Arndt Bröder

Recognition judgments and the performance of the recognition heuristic depend on the size of the reference class, pp. 43-57 (html).
Ulrich Hoffrage

The wisdom of ignorant crowds: Predicting sport outcomes by mere recognition, pp. 58-72 (html).
Stefan M. Herzog and Ralph Hertwig

Forecasting elections with mere recognition from small, lousy samples: A comparison of collective recognition, wisdom of crowds, and representative polls, pp. 73-88 (html).
Wolfgang Gaissmaier and Julian N. Marewski

Four challenges for cognitive research on the recognition heuristic and a call for a research strategy shift, pp. 89-99 (html).
Tracy Tomlinson, Julian N. Marewski and Michael Dougherty

The recognition heuristic: A decade of research, pp. 100-121 (html).
Gerd Gigerenzer and Daniel G. Goldstein

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