Doron Cohen
Doron Cohen
Post-Doc, Psychology Department, University of Basel
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From Anomalies to Forecasts: Toward a Descriptive Model of Decisions Under Risk, Under Ambiguity, and From Experience.
I Erev, E Ert, O Plonsky, D Cohen, O Cohen
Psychological Review, 2017
On the Impact of Experience on Probability Weighting in Decisions Under Risk
D Cohen, O Plonsky, I Erev
Decision 7 (2), 153162, 2020
Reliance on small samples and the value of taxing reckless behaviors.
O Yakobi, D Cohen, E Naveh, I Erev
Judgment & Decision Making 15 (2), 2020
On Safety, Protection, and Underweighting of Rare Events
D Cohen, I Erev
Safety Science 109, 377381, 2018
Over and Under Commitment to a Course of Action in Decisions from Experience
D Cohen, I Erev
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2021
On the effect of perceived patterns in decisions from sampling.
D Cohen, K Teodorescu
Decision 9 (1), 21, 2022
On the Effect of Practice on Exploration and Exploitation of Options and Strategies
D Cohen, K Teodorescu
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 5172, 2021
8. Understanding the crime-terrorism nexus through a dynamic modeling approach
F Huber, B Jager, I Erev, D Cohen, S Bianchi, M Bonfanti
Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks, 117-140, 2019
On the descriptive value of the reliance on small-samples assumption.
I Erev, D Cohen, O Yakobi
Judgment & Decision Making 17 (5), 2022
When safety interventions backfire: Why some measures can have very unexpected results
D Cohen, I Erev
The description-experience gap, and the impact of rare terrorist attacks
D Cohen, I Erev
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