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Price, Paul

College of Science and Mathematics » Department of Psychology
Price, P., Kimura, N., Smith, A., & Marshall, L.  (2014). Sample size bias in judgments of perceptual averages.  Journal Of Experimental Psychology Learning Memory and Cognition. 40(5), 1321-1331.
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Price, P.  (2012). Research methods in psychology: core concepts and skills.  Washington D.C.: Flat World Knowledge.
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Price, P., & Matthews, T.  (2009). From group diffusion to ratio bias: Effects of denominator and numerator salience on intuitive risk and likelihood judgments.  Judgment and Decision Making. 4(6), 436-446.
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Price, P.  (2006). Are you as good a teacher as you think?.  Thought & Action. 7-14.
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Price, P., Smith, A., & Lench, H.  (2006). The effect of target group size on risk judgments and comparative optimism: the more, the riskier.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 90(3), 382-398.
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Price, P., & Stone, E.  (2004). Intuitive evaluation of likelihood judgment producers: evidence for a confidence heuristic.  Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 39-58.
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Price, P., Pentecost, H., & Voth, R.  (2002). Perceived event frequency and the optimistic bias: evidence for a two-process model of personal risk judgments.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 38(4), 434.
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Price, P., Yates, J., Lee, J., Sieck, W., & Choi, I.  (2002). Probability judgment across cultures.  Intuitive judgment: heuristics and biases. (pp.271-291) New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Price, P.  (2001). A group size effect on personal risk judgments: implications for unrealistic optimism.  Memory & Cognition. 29(4), 578-586.
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Price, P.  (2000). Wishful thinking in the prediction of competitive outcomes.  Thinking and Reasoning. 161-172.
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Price, P., & Murphy, R.  (1999). General-knowledge overconfidence: A comparison of Brazilian and American university students.  Mente Social. 55-74.
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Price, P.  (1998). Effects of a relative-frequency elicitation question on likelihood judgment accuracy: the case of external correspondence.  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 76(3), 277-297.
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Price, P., Yates, J., Lee, J., & Ramirez, J.  (1996). Good probabilistic forecasters: the consumer's perspective.  International Journal of Forecasting. 12(1), 41-56.
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Price, P., Creen, L., & Hamburger, M.  (1995). Prisoner's dilemma and the pigeon: control by immediate consequences.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 64(1), 1.
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Price, P., & Yates, J.  (1995). Associative and rule-based accounts of cue interaction in contingency judgment.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 21(6), 1639-1655.
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Price, P., Heit, E., & Bower, G.  (1994). A model for predicting the outcomes of basketball games.  Applied Cognitive Psychology. 8(7), 621-639.
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Price, P., & Yates, J.  (1993). Judgmental overshadowing: further evidence of cue interaction in contingency judgment.  Memory & Cognition. 21(5), 561-572.
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Price, P.  (1992). Multivariable function learning: applications of the adaptive regression model to intuitive physics. Presented at The Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Hillsdale, New Jersey.
Price, P., Smith, E., & North, C.  (1989). Response to technological accidents.  Mental health response to mass emergencies. (pp.52-95) New York : Brunner/Mazel.
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Smith, A., & Price, P.  (2010). Sample size bias in the estimation of means.  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 17(4), 499-503.
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