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The Mean, the Median, and the St. Petersburg ParadoxBY Hayden et al. Judgm Decis Mak 4 (4), 256-272. PMID 24179560.The St. Petersburg Paradox is a famous economic and philosophical puzzle that has generated numerous conflicting explanations. To shed empirical light on this phenomenon, …
Conditioned Taste Aversion Induced by Self-Administered Drugs: Paradox RevisitedT Hunt et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 11 (1), 107-30. PMID 3554039. - ReviewIn this paper we have reviewed the literature on Conditioned Taste Aversion (CTA) with specific attention to the "apparent paradox" in this literature. This paradox refer …
Illness-alone Exposure as a Source of Interference With the Acquisition and Retention of a Taste AversionPJ Mikulka et al. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 3 (2), 189-201. PMID 856931.Four studies were conducted to explore the effects of unpaired lithium chloride (LiCl) injections, the unconditioned stimulus (US), on the acquisition and retention of a …
The Effects of Payout and Probability Magnitude on the Allais ParadoxBJ Weber. Mem Cognit 36 (5), 1013-23. PMID 18630207.The Allais paradox decision bias was first offered as a challenge to the expected utility theory over 60 years ago. Although the Allais paradox is a standard challenge fo …
Conditioned Taste Aversion and Drugs of Abuse: History and InterpretationA Verendeev et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 36 (10), 2193-205. PMID 22921283. - ReviewConditioned taste aversion (CTA) learning describes a phenomenon wherein an animal learns to avoid consumption of a particular taste or food following its pairing with an …
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Reply to Mislavsky Et Al.: Sometimes People Really Are Averse to ExperimentsMN Meyer et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 116 (48), 23885-23886. PMID 31719207.