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Multinomial processing tree models. A review of the literature
Multinomial processing tree (MPT) models have become popular in cognitive psychology in the past two decades. In contrast to general-purpose data analysis techniques, such as log-linear models orExpand
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Ignorance- versus evidence-based decision making: a decision time analysis of the recognition heuristic.
  • B. E. Hilbig, R. Pohl
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Learning…
  • 1 September 2009
According to part of the adaptive toolbox notion of decision making known as the recognition heuristic (RH), the decision process in comparative judgments-and its duration-is determined by whetherExpand
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Trust: An Integrative Review from a Person–Situation Perspective
Trust is a key aspect of various social interactions. Correspondingly, trust has been heavily studied across different scientific disciplines. However, an integration of the diverse research andExpand
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Recognizing users of the recognition heuristic.
The recognition heuristic is hypothesized to be a frugal inference strategy assuming that inferences are based on the recognition cue alone. Expand
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It takes two : Honesty-humility and agreeableness differentially predict active versus reactive cooperation
Abstract Recently, similar six-factor solutions have emerged in lexical studies across languages, giving rise to the HEXACO model of personality. As a core extension of its most well-knownExpand
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Reconsidering “evidence” for fast-and-frugal heuristics
  • B. E. Hilbig
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychonomic bulletin & review
  • 1 December 2010
In several recent reviews, authors have argued for the pervasive use of fast-and-frugal heuristics in human judgment. They have provided an overview of heuristics and have reiterated findingsExpand
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When the cat’s away, some mice will play: A basic trait account of dishonest behavior
In line with every-day observation, research has established substantial individual differences in ethical behavior, especially dishonesty and cheating. However, these individual differences haveExpand
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Honesty–Humility and a Person–Situation Interaction at Work
Person–situation interactions have attracted researchers’ attention for decades. Likewise, the current work focuses on the interaction of honesty–humility and situational conditions in bringing aboutExpand
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Pillars of cooperation: Honesty-Humility, social value orientations, and economic behavior
Abstract The current work explores the predictive power of the recently proposed sixth personality dimension, Honesty–Humility, with respect to economic and cooperative behavior. It was expected thatExpand
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The Traits One Can Trust
Trustworthiness is a vital pillar of various social interactions hinging upon trust. However, the underlying determinants of trustworthiness—especially in terms of (basic) personality traits—areExpand
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