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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
607 Yehuda (John) Levy A Cantor Set of Games with No Shift-Homogeneous Equilibrium Selection (04/2012)

We construct a continuum of games on a countable set of players that does not possess a...

693 Bezalel Peleg, Hans Peters Feasible elimination procedures in social choice: an axiomatic characterization (12/2015)

Feasible elimination procedures (Peleg, 1978) play a central role in constructing social choice...

661 Gianluigi Mongillo, Hanan Shteingart, Yonatan Loewenstein The Misbehavior of Reinforcement Learning (03/2014) Forthcoming in Proc. IEEE

Organisms modify their behavior in response to its consequences, a phenomenon referred to as...

13 David Budescu, Maya Bar-Hillel To Guess or Not to Guess (09/1992) Journal of Educational Measurement 30 (1993), 277-291

Multiple choice tests that are scored by formula scoring typically include instructions that...

622 Ilan Yaniv, Shoham Choshen-Hillel When guessing what another person would say is better than giving your own opinion: Using perspective-taking to improve advice-taking (08/2012) Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (2012) 1022–1028

We investigated how perspective-taking might be used to overcome bias and improve advice-based...

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 (...

24 Oscar Volij Rationality without the Reduction Axiom (01/1993)

Two results concerning the relation between rationality and equilibrium concepts in normal form...

168 Ori Haimanko Non-Symmetric Values of Non-Atomic and Mixed Games (03/1998) Mathematics of Operations Research 25 (2000), 591-605

This paper presents a new unifying approach to the study of nonsymmetric (or quasi-) valuesof...

161 Abraham Neyman Finitely Repeated Games with Finite Automata (revision of Discussion Paper #69) (09/1997) Mathematics of Operations Research 23 (1998), 513-552.

The paper studies the implications of bounding the complexity of the strategies players may...

347 Klaus Fiedler and Yaakov Kareev Does Decision Quality (Always) Increase with the Size of Information Samples? Some Vicissitudes in Applying the Law of Large Numbers (01/2004) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition 32 (2006), 883-903

Adaptive decision-making requires that environmental contingencies between decision options and...

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