Decision Under Risk: From the Field to the Laboratory and Back

@inproceedings{Fox2015DecisionUR,
  title={Decision Under Risk: From the Field to the Laboratory and Back},
  author={C. Fox and Carsten Erner and Daniel J. Walters},
  year={2015}
}
Few topics attract as much attention across the social and behavioral sciences as risk. Enter “risk” as a search term in Google or in the books section at Amazon and you will turn up more results than searches for terms such as “judgment,” “decision,” or even “happiness.” Despite all of this interest, most laypeople, professionals, and clinical researchers understand risk very differently than do decision theorists. For instance, the Oxford English Dictionary (2015) defines risk as “exposure to… Expand

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