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Cambridge Series on Judgment and Decision Making

Because the field of judgment and decision making is largely a formal one (similar to mathematics), its principles and findings are applicable to a wide range of disciplines, including psychology, medicine, social policy, law, management science, economics, and accounting. The purpose of this series is to convey the general principles and findings of research in judgment and decision making to the many academic and professional fields to which it applies. The books are aimed at researchers and their upper-level students. Most of the books are multi-authored volumes written by authorities in the field and sponsored by the Publications Committee of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making.

Publications Board: Hal R. Arkes, Ohio University; Lola Lopes, University of Iowa; Jonathan Baron

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