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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
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 (...

268 Gooni Orshan, Peter Sudholter The Positive Core of a Cooperative Game (08/2001) International Journal of Game Theory 39 (2010), 113 – 36

The positive core is a nonempty extension of the core of transferable utility games. If the core...

676 Gali Noti, Noam Nisan, Ilan Yaniv An experimental evaluation of bidders' behavior in ad auctions (12/2014) WWW '14 Proceedings of the 23rd international conference on World wide web, Pages 619-630

We performed controlled experiments of human participants in a continuous sequence of ad...

603 Moti Michaeli Riskiness for sets of gambles (03/2012)

Aumann--Serrano (2008) and Foster--Hart (2009) suggest two new riskiness measures, each of which...

688 Yosef Rinott, Maya Bar-Hillel Comments on a “Hot Hand” Paper by Miller and Sanjurjo (2015) (08/2015)

Miller and Sanjurjo (2015) suggest that many analyses of the hot hand and the gambler’s...

566 Moty Amar, Dan Ariely, Maya Bar-Hillel, Ziv Carmon, and Chezy Ofir Brand names act like marketing placebos (02/2011)

This research illustrates the power of reputation, such as that embodied in brand names,...

656 Hanan Shteingart, Yonatan Loewenstein Reinforcement Learning and Human Behavior (01/2014) Current Opinion in Neurobiology 2014, 25:93–98

The dominant computational approach to model operant learning and its underlying neural activity...

208 Avital Moshinsky, Maya Bar-Hillel Where did 1850 Happen First - in America or in Europe? A Cognitive Account for an Historical Bias (12/1999) Psychological Science 13(1) (2002), 20-25

Teachers of history note that pupils are often surprised to learn that a certain event in Europe...

619 Einav Hart, Yaakov Kareev, , Judith Avrahami Reversal of Risky Choice in a Good versus a Bad World (08/2012)

In many situations one has to choose between risky alternatives, knowing only one's past...

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