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Amos Tversky

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Amos Tversky"
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Moshe Naveh-Benjamin research assistant
Dale W Griffin grad student
Ran Hassin grad student Tel Aviv University (PsychTree)
Derek J. Koehler grad student University of Waterloo
Rose McDermott grad student Brown
J. Edward Russo grad student University of Michigan
Michael Kubovy grad student 1968-1971 Hebrew University
James E. Corter grad student 1983 Stanford (MathTree)
Laurence T. Maloney grad student 1980-1984 Stanford
Steven Sloman grad student 1990 Stanford (PsychTree)
Richard Gonzalez grad student 1986-1990 Stanford
Valerie Reyna post-doc Cornell
Eldar Shafir post-doc Stanford
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Davis JH. (2015) Group decision and procedural justice Progress in Social Psychology. 9: 157-229
Shafir E, Diamond P, Tversky A. (2011) Money illusion Advances in Behavioral Economics. 483-509
Shafir E, Diamond P, Tversky A. (2011) Money illusion Advances in Behavioral Economics. 483-509
Shafer G, Tversky A. (2008) Languages and designs for probability judgment Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing. 219: 345-374
Kahneman D, Tversky A. (2003) The rational choice, values and frames Psikhologicheskii Zhurnal. 24: 31-42
Drolet A, Simonson I, Tversky A. (2000) Indifference Curves that Travel with the Choice Set Marketing Letters. 11: 199-209
Fox CR, Tversky A. (1998) A belief-based account of decision under uncertainty Management Science. 44: 879-895
Rottenstreich Y, Tversky A. (1997) Unpacking, repacking, and anchoring: advances in support theory. Psychological Review. 104: 406-15
Wakker PP, Thaler RH, Tversky A. (1997) Probabilistic Insurance Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 15: 7-28
Koehler DJ, Brenner LA, Tversky A. (1997) The enhancement effect in probability judgment Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 10: 293-313
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