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Online datasets for the disjunction effect and violations of the sure-thing principle
The disjunction effect (or violation of the sure-thing principle) is as follows: A disjunction effect occurs when people prefer x over y when they know that event A obtains, and they also ...
Feb 3 '12 at 6:23
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