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Tversky, Amos

By Andrew M. Colman and Eldar Shafir


A biography of Amos Tversk

Topics: Conjoint Measurement Theory, Transitivity, Theory of Similarity, Elimination by Aspects, Heuristics and Biases, Prospect Theory, Framing Effects
Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
Year: 2008
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