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Judgment and Decision Making

Volume 8, Number 3, May 2013


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The role of actively open-minded thinking in information acquisition, accuracy, and calibration, pp. 188-201 (html).
Uriel Haran, Ilana Ritov and Barbara A. Mellers
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3

Decisional enhancement and autonomy: public attitudes towards overt and covert nudges, pp. 202-213 (html).
Gidon Felsen, Noah Castelo and Peter B. Reiner
Data (csv): Eating stated preference, Eating, conscious, Eating, subconscious, Exercise, conscious, Exercise, subconscious, Investment, conscious, Investment, subconscious, Productivity, conscious, Productivity, subconscious, Purchasing, conscious, Purchasing, subconscious

On the descriptive value of loss aversion in decisions under risk: Six clarifications, pp. 214-235 (html).
Eyal Ert and Ido Erev
Data by study (xls): 1a high nominal magnitude, 1a low nom. mag., 1b, 1c gain, 1c mixed, 2, 3, 4a gain, 4a mixed, 4b gain, 4b mixed

How to measure time preferences: An experimental comparison of three methods, pp. 236-249 (html).
David J. Hardisty, Katherine F. Thompson, David H. Krantz and Elke U. Weber Supplement.
Study 1 data (csv and txt): wide processed, raw long, raw wide, titration and matching raw wide, wide explanation, Study 2: raw wide, wide explanation, titration.
Variable key.
Data analysis: Study 1, Study 1 plots, Study 2, Study 2 logs

I can take the risk, but you should be safe: Self-other differences in situations involving physical safety, pp. 250-267 (html).
Eric R. Stone, YoonSun Choi, Wandi Bruine de Bruin and David R. Mandel
Data (sav): Study 1 correlations, main, items, pretest (key). Study 2

When imagining future wealth influences risky decision making, pp. 268-277 (html).
Adam Eric Greenberg
Data (dta),

Deliberation versus automaticity in decision making: Which presentation format features facilitate automatic decision making?, pp. 278-298 (html).
Anke Söllner, Arndt Bröder and Benjamin E. Hilbig
Data (csv): Expt 1, (demographics), Expt 2, (demographics), Expt 3, (demographics), key

The environment matters: Comparing individuals and dyads in their adaptive use of decision strategies, pp. 299-329 (html).
Juliane E. Kämmer, Wolfgang Gaissmaier and Uwe Czienskowski
Expt 1 data (txt,csv): dyads, individuals, both, descriptives.
Expt 2 data: dyads, individuals, both, descriptives.

Inferring uncertainty from interval estimates: Effects of alpha level and numeracy, pp. 330-344 (html).
Luke F. Rinne and Michele M. M. Mazzocco
Data (guide), Stimuli

Top scores are possible, bottom scores are certain (and middle scores are not worth mentioning): A pragmatic view of verbal probabilities, pp. 345-364 (html).
Marie Juanchich, Karl Halvor Teigen and Am\'elie Gourdon
Data (sav): Study 1, Study 2, Study 3, Study 4, Study 5

Leftmost-digit-bias in an enumerated public sector? An experiment on citizens' judgment of performance information, pp. 365-371 (html).
Asmus Leth Olsen
Data (csv),analysis (r)

Enactment of one-to-many communication may induce self-focused attention that leads to diminished perspective taking: The case of Facebook, pp. 372-380 (html).
Wen-Bin Chiou and Chun-Chia Lee
Data (sav): Expt. 1, Expt. 2

The value of a smile: Facial expression affects ultimatum-game responses, pp. 381-385 (html).
Patrick Mussel, Anja S. Göritz and Johannes Hewig
Data (csv)

Validation of the Adult Decision-Making Competence in Slovak students, pp. 386-392 (html).
Jozef Bavolar
Data (sav)

American's desire for less wealth inequality does not depend on how you ask them, pp. 393-394 (html).
Michael I. Norton and Dan Ariely

The available evidence suggests the percent measure should not be used to study inequality: Reply to Norton and Ariely, pp. 395-396 (html).
Kimmo Eriksson and Brent Simpson

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