David Budescu
David Budescu
Professor of Psychology, Fordham University
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The effects of financial incentives in experiments: A review and capital-labor-production framework
CF Camerer, RM Hogarth
Journal of risk and uncertainty 19 (1), 7-42, 1999
24371999
Dominance analysis: a new approach to the problem of relative importance of predictors in multiple regression.
DV Budescu
Psychological bulletin 114 (3), 542, 1993
9901993
Simultaneous over-and underconfidence: The role of error in judgment processes.
I Erev, TS Wallsten, DV Budescu
Psychological review 101 (3), 519, 1994
7481994
The dominance analysis approach for comparing predictors in multiple regression.
R Azen, DV Budescu
Psychological methods 8 (2), 129, 2003
7442003
Measures of similarity among fuzzy concepts: A comparative analysis
R Zwick, E Carlstein, DV Budescu
International journal of approximate reasoning 1 (2), 221-242, 1987
6351987
Measuring the vague meanings of probability terms.
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu, A Rapoport, R Zwick, B Forsyth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 115 (4), 348, 1986
6181986
State of the art—Encoding subjective probabilities: A psychological and psychometric review
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu
Management Science 29 (2), 151-173, 1983
4581983
Improving communication of uncertainty in the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
DV Budescu, S Broomell, HH Por
Psychological science 20 (3), 299-308, 2009
4462009
Consistency in interpretation of probabilistic phrases
DV Budescu, TS Wallsten
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 36 (3), 391-405, 1985
4131985
Decisions based on numerically and verbally expressed uncertainties.
DV Budescu, S Weinberg, TS Wallsten
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 14 (2), 281, 1988
3531988
Processing linguistic probabilities: General principles and empirical evidence
DV Budescu, TS Wallsten
Psychology of learning and motivation 32, 275-318, 1995
2861995
Preferences and reasons for communicating probabilistic information in verbal or numerical terms
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu, R Zwick, SM Kemp
Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 31 (2), 135-138, 1993
2721993
Identifying expertise to extract the wisdom of crowds
DV Budescu, E Chen
Management Science 61 (2), 267-280, 2015
2422015
Generation of random series in two-person strictly competitive games.
A Rapoport, DV Budescu
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 121 (3), 352, 1992
2371992
Comparing the calibration and coherence of numerical and verbal probability judgments
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu, R Zwick
Management Science 39 (2), 176-190, 1993
2261993
Randomization in individual choice behavior.
A Rapoport, DV Budescu
Psychological Review 104 (3), 603, 1997
2111997
Effective communication of uncertainty in the IPCC reports
DV Budescu, HH Por, SB Broomell
Climatic change 113 (2), 181-200, 2012
1972012
The interpretation of IPCC probabilistic statements around the world
DV Budescu, HH Por, SB Broomell, M Smithson
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 508-512, 2014
1952014
A review of human linguistic probability processing: General principles and empirical evidence
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu
The Knowledge Engineering Review 10 (1), 43-62, 1995
1951995
Evaluating and combining subjective probability estimates
TS Wallsten, DV Budescu, I Erev, A Diederich
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 10 (3), 243-268, 1997
1941997
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