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708 Bezalel Peleg, Shmuel Zamir Sequential aggregation of judgments (05/2017)

We consider a standard model of judgment aggregation as presented, for example, in Dietrich (...

707 OHAD DAN, DRORITH HOCHNER- CELNIKIER, AMY SOLNICA, YONATAN LOEWENSTEIN ASSOCIATION OF CATASTROPHIC NEONATAL OUTCOMES WITH INCREASED RATE OF SUBSEQUENT CESAREAN DELIVERIES (04/2017)

Objective: To evaluate whether full-term deliveries resulting in neonates diagnosed with hypoxic...

706 ABRAHAM NEYMAN , ELON KOHLBERG COOPERATIVE STRATEGIC GAMES (02/2017)

We examine a solution concept, called the “value,” for n-person strategic games.
In...

705 Shira Cohen-Zimerman, Ran R. Hassin Implicit Motivation Makes the Brain Grow Younger: Improving Executive Functions of Older Adults (01/2017)

The dominant view of cognitive aging holds that while controlled processes (e.g., working memory...

704 SOPHIE BADE , YANNAI A. GONCZAROWSKI GIBBARD-SATTERTHWAITE SUCCESS STORIES AND OBVIOUS STRATEGYPROOFNESS (10/2016)

The Gibbard-Satterthwaite Impossibility Theorem (Gibbard, 1973; Satterthwaite, 1975) holds that...

703 Bezalel Peleg, Shmuel Zamir Sequential aggregation judgments: Logical derivation of relevance relation (09/2016)

Following Dietrich (2014) we consider using choice by plurality voting (CPV) as a judgment...

702 Ohad Navon Evolutionarily Stable Strategies of Random Games and the Facets of Random Polytopes (09/2016)

An evolutionarily stable strategy (ESS) is an equilibrium strategy that is immune to invasions...

701 Hanan Shteingart, Yonatan Loewenstein Heterogeneous Suppression of Sequential Effects in Random Sequence Generation, but not in Operant Learning (09/2016)

<p>There is a long history of experiments, in which participantsare instructed to generate...

700 Ilan Nehama Analyzing Games with Ambiguous Player Types Using the MINthenMAX Decision Model (08/2016)

In many common interactive scenarios, participants lack information about other participants,...

699 Maya Bar-Hillel Reply to Rodway, Schepman & Thoma (2016) (04/2016)

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