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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
587 Christina Fang, Sari Carp, and Zur Shapira Prior Divergence: Do Researchers and Participants Share the Same Prior Probability Distributions? (08/2011) Cognitive Science 35 (2011) 744–762

Do participants bring their own priors to an experiment? If so, do they share the same priors as...

363 Olle Haggstrom, Gil Kalai and Elchanan Mossel A Law of Large Numbers for Weighted Majority (06/2004)

Consider an election between two candidates in which the voters' choices are random and...

468 Tamar Keasar, Adi Sadeh and Avi Shmida The Signaling Function of an Extra-floral Display: What Selects for Signal Development? (11/2007)

The vertical inflorescences of the Mediterranean annual Salvia viridis carry many small...

244 Menahem E. Yaari A Credit Market a la David Hume (06/2001)

In Book III of his Treatise of Human Nature, David Hume considers the following simple...

127 Eilon Solan (Min Max)2=Min Max (01/1997)

A repeated game with absorbing states is played over the infinite future. A fixed one-shot game...

249 Pradeep Dubey & Ori Haimanko Unilateral Deviations with Perfect Information (06/2001)

For extensive form games with perfect information, consider a learning process in which, at any...

20 Maya Bar-Hillel & Efrat Neter How Alike Is It Versus How Likely Is It: A Disjunction Fallacy in Probability Judgments (11/1992) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65 (1993), 1119-1132

Formally, a conjunction fallacy and a disjunction fallacy cannot be distinguished. Both consist...

333 Pradeep Dubey, Ezra Einy and Ori Haimanko Compound Voting and the Banzhaf Power Index (09/2003)

We present three axioms for a power index defined on the domain of simple (voting) games....

430 Maya Eden Optimal Ties in Contests (09/2006)

I analyze a mechanism design of a tournament in which the principal can strategically enhance...

212 Ilan Yaniv & Eli Kleinberger Advice Taking in Decision Making: Egocentric Discounting and Reputation Formation (02/2000) Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 83 (2000), 260-281

Our framework for understanding advice-taking in decision making rests on two theoretical...

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