Qualitative and Quantitative Effects of Surprise: (Mis)estimates, Rationales, and Feedback-Induced Preference Changes While Considering Abortion

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The Numerically Driven Inferencing (NDI) paradigm, and one of its methods, EPIC (Estimate, Prefer, Incorporate, and Change), are used to study both one’s estimates and the effects of numeric feedback on one’s personal policies (herein, about abortion). Both quantitatively and qualitatively, 92 undergraduates offered estimates and preferences for the legal U… (More)

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@inproceedings{Osuna2004QualitativeAQ, title={Qualitative and Quantitative Effects of Surprise: (Mis)estimates, Rationales, and Feedback-Induced Preference Changes While Considering Abortion}, author={Jennifer Garcia de Osuna and Michael Andrew Ranney}, year={2004} }