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  • Vastfjall, Daniel; Slovic, Paul; Burns, William J.; Erlandsson, Arvid; Koppel, Lina; Asutay, Erkin; Tinghog, Gustav (Frontiers Media, 2016-03-08)
    Research has demonstrated that two types of affect have an influence on judgment and decision making: incidental affect (affect unrelated to a judgment or decision such as a mood) and integral affect (affect that is part ...
  • Slovic, Paul (1995)
    One of the main themes that has emerged from behavioral decision research during the past two decades is the view that people's preferences are often constructed--not merely revealed--in the process of elicitation. This ...
  • Lichtenstein, Sarah; MacGregor, Donald G.; Slovic, Paul (Decision Research, 1989)
    A critical task often performed by decision makers is to make estimates of important points of fact. Previous research has suggested that decomposition of numerical estimation problems can result in improved estimation ...
  • Slovic, Paul (Oregon Research Institute, 1972-04)
    Recent experimental evidence is marshalled in support of the position that man's limited memory, attention, and reasoning capabilities lead him to apply simple strain-reducing cognitive strategies for processing information ...
  • Slovic, Paul; MacGregor, Donald G.; Peters, Ellen (Decision Research, 1998-03-11)
    Traditionally, the principal focus of research on judgment and decision making has been largely cognitive and rationalistic. More recently, however, decision-making researchers have acknowledged the role of non-cognitive ...
  • Slovic, Paul; Fischhoff, Baruch; Lichtenstein, Sarah (The Royal Society, 1981)
    Subjective judgments, whether by experts or lay people, are a major component in any risk assessment. If such judgments are faulty, risk management efforts are likely to be misdirected. This paper begins with an analysis ...

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