Tilmann Betsch
TitleCited byYear
Multiple-reason decision making based on automatic processing.
A Glöckner, T Betsch
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 34 (5), 1055, 2008
3342008
Modeling option and strategy choices with connectionist networks: Towards an integrative model of automatic and deliberate decision making
A Glöckner, T Betsch
MPI Collective Goods Preprint, 2008
2832008
I like it but I don’t know why: A value-account approach to implicit attitude formation
T Betsch, H Plessner, C Schwieren, R Gütig
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (2), 242-253, 2001
2782001
The effects of routine strength on adaptation and information search in recurrent decision making
T Betsch, S Haberstroh, A Glöckner, T Haar, K Fiedler
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 84 (1), 23-53, 2001
2372001
The nature of intuition and its neglect in research on judgment and decision making
T Betsch
Intuition in judgment and decision making, 3-22, 2008
2332008
The influence of vaccine-critical websites on perceiving vaccination risks
C Betsch, F Renkewitz, T Betsch, C Ulshöfer
Journal of health psychology 15 (3), 446-455, 2010
2312010
Intuition in judgment and decision making: Extensive thinking without effort
T Betsch, A Glöckner
Psychological Inquiry 21 (4), 279-294, 2010
1922010
The routines of decision making
T Betsch, S Haberstroh
Psychology Press, 2014
1872014
The influence of narrative v. statistical information on perceiving vaccination risks
C Betsch, C Ulshöfer, F Renkewitz, T Betsch
Medical Decision Making 31 (5), 742-753, 2011
1762011
Intuition in judgment and decision making
H Plessner, C Betsch, T Betsch
Psychology Press, 2011
1632011
Sequential effects in important referee decisions: The case of penalties in soccer
H Plessner, T Betsch
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 23 (3), 254-259, 2001
1612001
A sampling approach to biases in conditional probability judgments: Beyond base rate neglect and statistical format.
K Fiedler, B Brinkmann, T Betsch, B Wild
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 129 (3), 399, 2000
1592000
Oops, I did it again—Relapse errors in routinized decision making
T Betsch, S Haberstroh, B Molter, A Glöckner
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 93 (1), 62-74, 2004
1522004
Behavioral routines in decision making: The effects of novelty in task presentation and time pressure on routine maintenance and deviation
T Betsch, K Fiedler, J Brinkmann
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (6), 861-878, 1998
1451998
Denken–Urteilen, Entscheiden, Problemlösen
T Betsch, J Funke, H Plessner
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011
1322011
Do people make decisions under risk based on ignorance? An empirical test of the priority heuristic against cumulative prospect theory
A Glöckner, T Betsch
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 107 (1), 75-95, 2008
1312008
Explaining routinized decision making: A review of theories and models
T Betsch, S Haberstroh, C Hohle
Theory & Psychology 12 (4), 453-488, 2002
1092002
Framing the framing effect: The impact of context cues on solutions to the ‘Asian disease’problem
H Bless, T Betsch, A Franzen
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (2), 287-291, 1998
1081998
Coherence shifts in probabilistic inference tasks
A Glöckner, T Betsch, N Schindler
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 23 (5), 439-462, 2010
1052010
The empirical content of theories in judgment and decision making: Shortcomings and remedies.
A Glöckner, T Betsch
Judgment & Decision Making 6 (8), 2011
932011
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