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Response Times: Their Role in Inferring Elementary Mental Organization
1. Representing Response Times as Random Variables PART I: DETECTION PARADIGMS 2. Simple Reaction Times: Basic Data 3. Decomposition into Decision and Residual Latencies 4. Distributions of SimpleExpand
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Individual Choice Behavior: A Theoretical Analysis
  • R. Luce
  • Computer Science
  • 25 September 1979
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Individual Choice Behavior
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Individual Choice Behavior: A Theoretical Analysis.
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The Choice Axiom after Twenty Years
This survey is divided into three major sections. The first concerns mathematical results about the choice axiom and the choice models that devoIve from it. For example, its relationship toExpand
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Additive and Polynomial Representations
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The effect on the preference-reversal phenomenon of using choice indifferences
Abstract Preference reversal appears to be non-transitive choice behavior, inasmuch as subjects choosing between two gambles with similar expected values typically select the one with a larger chanceExpand
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Rank- and sign-dependent linear utility models for finite first-order gambles
Finite first-order gambles are axiomatized. The representation combines features of prospect and rank-dependent theories. What is novel are distinctions between gains and losses and the inclusion ofExpand
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Individual Choice Behaviour.
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