AUTHORS: Constantinos Antoniou, Glenn W. Harrison, Morten I. Lau, Daniel Read
ABSTRACT. The strength/weight hypothesis is the claim that people are more persuaded by extreme evidence (high strength) than by reliable evidence (high weight), even when these two dimensions of evidence are diagnostically equivalent according to Bayes Rule. We investigate whether this hypothesis… more »
Published in 2014 in Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 41.
AUTHORS: Steffen Andersen, Glenn W. Harrison, Morten Igel Lau, and E. Elisabet Rutström
ABSTRACT. The most popular models of decision making use a single criterion to evaluate projects or lotteries. However, decision makers may actually consider multiple criteria when evaluating projects. We… more »