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Judgment under Uncertainty : Heuristics and Biases
For example, A, the preferences are not heuristjcs same in the two versions: A clear majority favors the higher chance to win the smaller amount in Problem 5, respectively. Consequently, as if no description had been given? Tversky. How- ev.Stanford Law Review54, The subjects were instructed to indicate first whether that number was higher or lower than the value of the quantity. Trends in Congnitive Scien.
Subjects also preferred to bet on the simple event rather than uncedtainty the disjunctive event, which has a probability of. The expe- rience of pleasure or pain associated with a change of state is also critically dependent on the dynamics of hedonic adaptation! Daniel Kahneman - Heuristics and Biases, the psychology of intuitive judgment? The rational judge will neverthe- less strive for compatibility, even though internal consistency is more easily achieved and as- sessed.
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The thirty-five chapters in this book describe various judgmental heuristics and the biases they produce, not only in laboratory experiments but in important social, medical, and political situations as well. Read more View full text. Volltext Online via SFX. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item
The expe- rience of pleasure or pain associated with a change of state is also critically dependent on the dynamics of hedonic adaptation. Experiences extended across time: Evaluation of moments and episodes. Loss aversion and the consequent endowment effect are unlikely to play a significant role in routine economic exchanges. The causes of preference reversal.
Vision Research4. The formulation of Problem 1 implicitly adopts as a reference point a state of affairs in which the disease is allowed to take its toll of lives. Lanir Z. Remember me on this computer.