Similarity-based Influences in Judgment and Decision Making

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JARECKI, Jana, Janina A. HOFFMANN, Helge GIESE, Florian I. SEITZ, 2021. Similarity-based Influences in Judgment and Decision Making. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, “Comparative Cognition : Animal Minds” (virtual event), Jul 26, 2021 - Jul 29, 2021. In: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Volume 43. University of California:eScholarship, pp. 41-43. eISSN 1069-7977

@inproceedings{Jarecki2021Simil-54683, title={Similarity-based Influences in Judgment and Decision Making}, url={}, year={2021}, address={University of California}, publisher={eScholarship}, booktitle={Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Volume 43}, pages={41--43}, author={Jarecki, Jana and Hoffmann, Janina A. and Giese, Helge and Seitz, Florian I.} }

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