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People use base rates and discrimination rates of cues to infer cue-values.

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Coherence-based artificial network-models can mimic Bayesian decision making.

Victim sensitivity and the accuracy of social judgments

Recent theorizing on the relation between victim sensitivity and unethical behavior predicts that victim sensitivity is related to an asymmetrical focus on cues associated with untrustworthiness compared to cues associated with trustworthiness. This …

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Tasks producing maximally distant predictions for models in a prediction space are most useful for model comparison.

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Job satisfaction mediates the relation between leader-member exchange and turnover intentions.

Implementation of the multiple-measure maximum likelihood strategy classification method in R: Addendum to Glöckner (2009) and practical guide for application

Usage of mutliple-measures increases the reliability of model-identifaction.