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    Frequency of price increases and perceived inflation. An experimental investigation

    Huber, Odilo W
    Journal of economic psychology, 2011, Vol.32(5), pp.651-661 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Sunk-costs, Gambler's Fallacy und Win-loss-ratio bei Multistage Decision Making : eine Simulationsstudie

    Huber, Odilo
    [Freiburg (CH)] : [éditeur non identifié]
    1999
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    Titre: Sunk-costs, Gambler's Fallacy und Win-loss-ratio bei Multistage Decision Making : eine Simulationsstudie / Odilo Huber
    Auteur: Huber, Odilo
    Editeur: [Freiburg (CH)] : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 1999
    Collation: IV, 148 Bl. : Graph., Tab. ; 30 cm
    Sujet RERO: Psychologie - Incertitude (théorie de l'information) - Investissements - Décision multicritère - Prise de décision
    Note: Vervielfältigte Lizentiatsarbeit Phil. Freiburg (CH), 1999
    Classification: HPAED UM-1999
    MEMFR FACLET 1999
    No RERO: R257675560
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R257675560/html?view=FR_V1

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    Postdezisionale Informationssuche und Entscheidungsstabilität : eine Untersuchung zu quasi-realistischen Risikoentscheidungen

    Huber, Odilo
    [Lieu de publication non identifié] : O. Huber
    [2005]
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    Titre: Postdezisionale Informationssuche und Entscheidungsstabilität : eine Untersuchung zu quasi-realistischen Risikoentscheidungen / Odilo W. Huber
    Auteur: Huber, Odilo
    Editeur: [Lieu de publication non identifié] : O. Huber
    Date: [2005]
    Collation: V, 337 S. ; 21 cm
    Sujet RERO: Recherche de l'information - Information - Risque - Prise de décision
    Note: Diss. Phil. Freiburg (Schweiz), 2005
    Classification: FRITHESE No 5874 5
    THFR FACLET 2005
    No RERO: R003912419
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R003912419/html?view=FR_V1

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    Kernkompetenzen für das Psychologiestudium : Leitfaden für wissenschaftliches Arbeiten

    Haddad-Zubel, Rosita
    Wyrsch, Philipp, Huber, Odilo
    Bern [etc.] : P. Lang
    2007
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    Titre: Kernkompetenzen für das Psychologiestudium : Leitfaden für wissenschaftliches Arbeiten / Rosita Haddad-Zubel, Philipp Wyrsch & Odilo W. Huber
    Auteur: Haddad-Zubel, Rosita
    Contributeur: Wyrsch, Philipp; Huber, Odilo
    Editeur: Bern [etc.] : P. Lang
    Date: 2007
    Collation: 91 S.
    Sujet RERO: Psychologie - Travail intellectuel - Méthodologie
    Classification: HPAED T
    Identifiant: 9783039112425 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb410812095 (URN)
    No RERO: R004306450
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    The Centrality of Religiosity Scale (CRS)

    Huber, Stefan, Huber, Odilo
    Religions, 2012, Vol.3(3), pp.710-724 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Short German Versions of Empathizing and Systemizing Self-Assessment Scales

    Samson, Andrea C., Huber, Odilo W.
    Swiss Journal of Psychology/Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Revue Suisse de Psychologie, 2010, Vol.69(4), pp.239-244 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Information search and mental representation in risky decision making: The advantages first principle

    Huber, Oswald, Huber, Odilo W., Bär, Arlette S.
    Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 07/2011, Vol.24(3), pp.223-248 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Information search and mental representation in risky decision making: The advantages first principle
    Auteur: Huber, Oswald; Huber, Odilo W.; Bär, Arlette S.
    Sujet: Decision Making ; Risk Management ; Information Analysis ; Experimenters ; Participant Observation ; Gambling ; Money ; Economic Behaviour ; Management Science ; Economics;
    Description: In three experiments the problem is investigated how people identify early in the decision process those alternatives that are worthwhile to be examined in more detail. We assume that decision makers employ the Advantages first Principle: They first search for information about positive outcomes and then focus their information search (e.g., for negative consequences or for risk defusing operators) on those alternatives that appear attractive after this initial evaluation. In Experiment 1 (120 participants), initial information about consequences was varied for eight alternatives (no information, positive consequences, negative, or mixed for four alternatives). In all conditions, the great majority of participants followed both aspects of the Advantages first Principle. In Experiment 2, 60 participants decided in two quasi-realistic scenarios with two alternatives each. Initial information was presented so that one alternative had better positive consequences, worse negative consequences, or both. In all conditions, more information was searched for in the initially better alternative. In Experiment 3 (20 participants) the Advantages first Principle was not only confirmed for a scenario but also for choices in traditional gambling tasks with two and eight alternatives, respectively. Participants could win or lose real money. Copyright John Wiley & Sons. Reproduced with permission. An electronic version of this article can be accessed via http://www.interscience.wiley.com
    Fait partie de: Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 07/2011, Vol.24(3), pp.223-248
    Identifiant: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bdm.674 (DOI)

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    Framing of Decisions: Effect on Active and Passive Risk Avoidance

    Huber, Oswald, Huber, Odilo W., Bär, Arlette S.
    Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, December 2014, Vol.27(5), pp.444-453 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Detectability of the negative event: effect on the acceptance of pre- or post-event risk-defusing actions

    Huber, Oswald, Huber, Odilo W
    Acta psychologica, May 2003, Vol.113(1), pp.1-21 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Detectability of the negative event: effect on the acceptance of pre- or post-event risk-defusing actions
    Auteur: Huber, Oswald; Huber, Odilo W
    Sujet: Affect ; Decision Making ; Discrimination (Psychology) ; Life Change Events
    Description: In risky decision situations, many decision makers search for risk-defusing operators (RDOs). An RDO is an action intended by the decision maker to be performed additionally to a specific alternative and is expected to decrease the risk. Pre-event RDOs (e.g., vaccination) have to be applied before a negative event (e.g., infection) occurs. Post-event RDOs do not need to be initiated before and unless the event happens (e.g., medical treatment). For the successful application of Post-event RDOs, the negative event must be detected in time. Two experiments investigated the effect of uncertainty in the detection of the negative event. In Experiment 1, only a small minority of subjects noted this uncertainty without a cue, and even with cue, only a minority actively searched for probability information. In Experiment 2, the probability for correctly detecting the negative event was varied. When detection was certain, most subjects chose the alternative with a Post-event RDO, whereas this percentage...
    Fait partie de: Acta psychologica, May 2003, Vol.113(1), pp.1-21
    Identifiant: 0001-6918 (ISSN); 12679041 Version (PMID)

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    Detectability of the negative event: effect on the acceptance of pre- or post-event risk-defusing actions

    Huber, Oswald, Huber, Odilo W
    Acta psychologica, 2003, Vol.113(1), pp.1-21 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]