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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 6, Number 8, December 2011

Special issue: Methodology in judgment and decision making research

Edited by Andreas Glöckner and Benjamin E. Hilbig

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Editorial: Methodology in judgment and decision making research, pp. 705-710 (html).
Andreas Glöckner and Benjamin E. Hilbig

The Empirical content of theories in judgment and decision making: Shortcomings and remedies, pp. 711-721 (html).
Andreas Glöckner and Tilmann Betsch

Herbert Simon’s spell on judgment and decision making, pp. 722-732 (html).
Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos and Cherng-Horng (Dan) Lan

The role of process data in the development and testing of process models of judgment and decision making, pp. 733-739 (html).
Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Anton Kühberger and Rob Ranyard

Applying the decision moving window to risky choice: Comparison of eye-tracking and mousetracing methods, pp. 740-749 (html).
Ana M. Franco-Watkins and Joseph G. Johnson

Response dynamics: A new window on the decision process, pp. 750-758 (html).
Gregory J. Koop and Joseph G. Johnson

New designs for research in delay discounting, pp. 759-770 (html).
John R. Doyle, Catherine H. Chen and Krishna Savani

Measuring social value orientation, pp. 771-781 (html).
Ryan O. Murphy, Kurt A. Ackerman and Michel J. J. Handgraaf

Diagnostic task selection for strategy classification in judgment and decision making, pp. 782-799 (html).
Marc Jekel, Susann Fiedler and Andreas Glöckner

A shift in strategy or "error"? Strategy classification over multiple stochastic specifications, pp. 800-813 (html).
Clintin P. Davis-Stober and Nicholas Brown
Matlab code), (auxillary file

Methodological notes on model comparisons and strategy classification: A falsificationist proposition, pp. 814-820 (html).
Morten Moshagen and Benjamin E. Hilbig

Pair-wise comparisons of multiple models, pp. 821-831 (html).
Stephen B. Broomell, Budescu, David V. and Han-Hui Por

Using hierarchical Bayesian methods to examine the tools of decision-making, pp. 832-842 (html).
Michael D. Lee and Benjamin R. Newell
code (zip)

What might judgment and decision making research be like if we took a Bayesian approach to hypothesis testing?, pp. 843-856 (html).
William J. Matthews

A model-based approach for the analysis of the calibration of probability judgments, pp. 857-869 (html).
David V. Budescu and Timothy R. Johnson

Is there evidence of publication biases in JDM research?, pp. 870-881 (html).
Frank Renkewitz, Heather M. Fuchs and Susann Fiedler

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