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Erev, Ert, and Roth organized three choice prediction competitions focused on three related choice tasks: One shot decisions from description (decisions under risk), one shot decisions from experience, and repeated decisions from experience. Each competition was based on two experimental datasets: An estimation dataset, and a competition dataset. The(More)
The distinction between risk and uncertainty is deeply entrenched in psychologists' and economists' thinking. Knight (1921), to whom it is frequently attributed, however, went beyond this dichotomy. Within the domain of risk, he set apart a priori and statistical probabilities, a distinction that maps onto that between decisions from description and(More)
The paper focuses on comparing accuracies obtained with photogrammetry and laser scanning in building extraction and partly compares results obtained with various methods. The objective of the EuroSDR Building Extraction comparison was to evaluate the quality, accuracy, feasibility and economical aspects of semi-automatic building extraction based on(More)
Twin-studies suggest that a significant portion of individual differences in the propensity to take risks resides in people's genetic make-up and there is evidence that variability in dopaminergic systems relates to individual differences in risky choice. We examined the link between risk taking in a risk taking task (the Balloon Analogue Risk Task, BART)(More)
Driving reaction times of 30 right knee arthroscopy patients were measured using a computer-linked car simulator. Each patient was tested pre-operatively and 1 week after and 4 weeks after arthroscopy. As controls, 25 normal subjects were also tested. In the control group the average reaction time was 634 ms; the measurements at 1 week and at 4 weeks were(More)
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