Assessing Models of Subjective Probability Judgment.

Barch, Daniel.


  • Abstract: Across domains, individuals tend to make judgments and choices about probability that are apparently incongruent with the information they are given. This dissertation examines both the precise nature of these departures from veridical probability estimation and situations where individuals demonstrate accurate judgments. Experiments 1 and 2 apply a method of model selection - assessing ... read more
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