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  1. Stronger Attentional Biases Can Be Linked to Higher Reward Rate in Preferential Choice.Veronika Zilker - 2022 - Cognition 225:105095.
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  • Toward an Attentional Turn in Research on Risky Choice.Veronika Zilker & Thorsten Pachur - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    For a long time, the dominant approach to studying decision making under risk has been to use psychoeconomic functions to account for how behavior deviates from the normative prescriptions of expected value maximization. While this neo-Bernoullian tradition has advanced the field in various ways—such as identifying seminal phenomena of risky choice —it contains a major shortcoming: Psychoeconomic curves are mute with regard to the cognitive mechanisms underlying risky choice. This neglect of the mechanisms both limits the explanatory value of neo-Bernoullian (...)
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  • The Effect of Information Overload and Perceived Risk on Tourists’ Intention to Travel in the Post-COVID-19 Pandemic.Hong Wu, Qi Cao, Jia-Min Mao & Hui-Ling Hu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourism economy has been seriously affected. China has implemented a direct traveling management mechanism and recovered from the pandemic faster than the rest of the world. However, the COVID-19 situation is complicated and uncontrollable because of the available unclear information including difficult medical terminologies. This study attempts to find the determinants of the travel intention of China’s tourists in the post-COVID-19 epidemic. Along with information overload and perception risk, an expanded research model of the Theory (...)
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