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639 Maya Bar-Hillel המלך כמעט עירום (05/2013) Odyssey January 2011, 10, p. 74-81

האם אנו מעריכים איכות של יצירת אמנות על־פי תוכנה,או על סמך שמו של היוצר? האם שם מפורסם מספיק כדי...

393 Robert J. Aumann, Sergiu Hart and Motty Perry Conditioning and the Sure-Thing Principle (06/2005)

This paper undertakes a careful examination of the concept of conditional probability and its...

Elchanan Ben-Porath, Eddie Dekel, Barton L. Lipman Disclosure and Choice (02/2016)

An agent chooses among projects with random outcomes. His payoff is increasing in the outcome...

602 Omer Edhan Values of Nondifferentiable Vector Measure Games (03/2012)

We introduce ideas and methods from distribution theory into value theory. This novel approach ...

659 Gilad Bavly , Abraham Neyman Online Concealed Correlation and Bounded Rationality (02/2014)

Correlation of players' actions may evolve in the common course of the play of a repeated...

570 Maya Bar-Hillel Surprising Psychology And The New Unconscious: Challenges For The Law. (In Hebrew) פסיכולוגיה מפתיעה והלא מודע החדש: אתגרים לעולם המשפט (03/2011) The Law & Business Journal (IDC, Israel) , Issue 12 (September 2010), p. 13-40

Recent research in psychology, especially that called "The New Unconscious", is...

709 Johannes Müller-Trede, Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Meir Barneron, Ilan Yaniv The Wisdom of Crowds in Matters of Taste (06/2017)

Decision makers can often improve the accuracy of their judgments on factual matters by...

618 Mikel Alvarez-Mozos, Ziv Hellman, Eyal Winter Spectrum Value for Coalitional Games (08/2012) Forthcoming in GEB

Assuming a `spectrum' or ordering on the players of a coalitional game, as in a political...

373 Avital Moshinsky and Maya Bar-Hillel Loss Aversion and Status-Quo Label Bias (11/2004) Social Cognition, 2010, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 192-206.

It has been noted and demonstrated that people are reluctant to make changes in their current...

678 Maya Bar-Hillel Position Effects in Choice from Simultaneous Displays: A Conundrum Solved (01/2015) Perspectives on Psychological Science 2015, Vol. 10(4), p. 419–433.

From drop-down computer menus to department-store aisles, people in everyday life often choose...

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