Transitive in Our Preferences, But Transitive in Different Ways: An Analysis of Choice Variability

@inproceedings{Cavagnaro2014TransitiveIO,
  title={Transitive in Our Preferences, But Transitive in Different Ways: An Analysis of Choice Variability},
  author={Daniel R. Cavagnaro and P. Davis-Stober},
  year={2014}
}
Numerous empirical studies have examined the question of whether transitivity of preference is a viable axiom of human decision making, but they arrive at different conclusions depending on how they model choice variability. To bring some consistency to these seemingly conflicting results from the literature, this article moves beyond the binary question of whether or not transitivity holds, asking instead: In what way does transitivity hold (or not hold) stochastically, and how robust is (in… CONTINUE READING

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