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1949 27
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1952 64
1953 71
1954 54
1955 61
1956 68
1957 90
1958 66
1959 80
1960 77
1961 104
1962 133
1963 270
1964 373
1965 348
1966 280
1967 283
1968 238
1969 194
1970 215
1971 269
1972 269
1973 322
1974 355
1975 398
1976 476
1977 468
1978 488
1979 572
1980 511
1981 587
1982 587
1983 576
1984 538
1985 578
1986 611
1987 666
1988 710
1989 806
1990 910
1991 974
1992 942
1993 1020
1994 1033
1995 1021
1996 1105
1997 1300
1998 1136
1999 1393
2000 1348
2001 1575
2002 1579
2003 1927
2004 2173
2005 2602
2006 3086
2007 3351
2008 3668
2009 3807
2010 4118
2011 4575
2012 5384
2013 5541
2014 6023
2015 6275
2016 6246
2017 6329
2018 6036
2019 2459
2020 19
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Collective decision making by rational individuals.
Mann RP. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018. PMID 30322917 Free PMC article.
The patterns and mechanisms of collective decision making in humans and animals have attracted both empirical and theoretical attention. ...In this paper I develop a model of social information use and collective decision making by fully rational agents that reveals how a wide range of apparently stochastic social decision rules emerge from fundamental information asymmetries both between individuals and between the decision makers and the observer of those decisions. ...
The patterns and mechanisms of collective decision making in humans and animals have attracted both empirical and theoretical …
Ethical decision making.
Yeager AL. J Am Dent Assoc 2015. PMID 26227640
Self-Other Differences in Decision-Making Under Risk.
Lu J, et al. Exp Psychol 2018. PMID 30165805
Decisions made for others reflect not only decision-makers' cognitive and emotional states but also decision-makers' interpersonal concerns. ...Therefore, we hypothesize that individuals will seek sure gains (which increase individuals' responsibility for desirable outcomes) and avoid sure losses (which decrease individuals' responsibility for undesirable outcomes) when making risky decisions for others more than when making such decisions for themselves. ...
Decisions made for others reflect not only decision-makers' cognitive and emotional states but also decision-makers' interpers …
Sex differences in animal models of decision making.
Orsini CA and Setlow B. J Neurosci Res 2017 - Review. PMID 27870448 Free PMC article.
This Mini-Review begins by describing studies that have examined sex differences in animal (largely rodent) models of decision making. Possible explanations, both theoretical and biological, for such differences in decision making are then considered. The Mini-Review concludes with a discussion of the implications of sex differences in decision making for understanding psychiatric conditions. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc....
This Mini-Review begins by describing studies that have examined sex differences in animal (largely rodent) models of decision mak
Risk Preferences in Surrogate Decision Making.
Batteux E, et al. Exp Psychol 2017. PMID 28922998 Free PMC article.
This experiment investigated surrogate decision making using a probability discounting task where participants made choices between risky and sure options. ...We conclude that subjective risk preferences are attenuated in surrogate decision making. Findings are discussed in relation to inconsistencies in the literature and theories of surrogate decision making....
This experiment investigated surrogate decision making using a probability discounting task where participants made choices be …
Influence of uncertainty on framed decision-making with moral dilemma.
Merlhiot G, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29847589 Free PMC article.
In cases of impending natural disasters, most events are uncertain and emotionally relevant, both critical factors for decision-making. Moreover, for exposed individuals, the sensitivity to the framing of the consequences (gain or loss) and the moral judgments they have to perform (e.g., evacuate or help an injured person) constitute two central effects that have never been examined in the same context of decision-making. ...
In cases of impending natural disasters, most events are uncertain and emotionally relevant, both critical factors for decision-ma
Realism and Impartiality: Making Sustainability Effective in Decision-Making.
Bastons M and Armengou J. Sci Eng Ethics 2017. PMID 27885543
Based on this double perspective, sustainability is explored as a method for decision-making which both expands the assessment of the consequences, and also provides an objective criterion for such assessment. It will be argued that the idea of sustainability, seen from this perspective, brings to decision-making two qualities which had been partially lost: realism and impartiality. ...
Based on this double perspective, sustainability is explored as a method for decision-making which both expands the assessment …
Nature of collective decision-making by simple yes/no decision units.
Hasegawa E, et al. Sci Rep 2017. PMID 29089551 Free PMC article.
The study of collective decision-making spans various fields such as brain and behavioural sciences, economics, management sciences, and artificial intelligence. ...When this variability is large, a quorum decision becomes superior to a majority decision under some conditions. The general features of this collective decision-making by a group of simple yes/no units revealed in this study suggest that this mechanism may be useful in applications across various fields....
The study of collective decision-making spans various fields such as brain and behavioural sciences, economics, management sci …
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