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Sadness and Susceptibility to judgmental bias: The case of anchoring, Psychological Science

Abstract

Examines the correlation between anchoring bias and sadness of a person. Susceptibility of sad people to biases than with the neutral-mood counterparts; Dependence of anchoring bias with the composites being set; Interaction of item valence with anchor value.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Galen Bodenhausen, Shira Gabriel

Date Published

2000

Citations

Bodenhausen, Galen, and Shira Gabriel. 2000. Sadness and Susceptibility to judgmental bias: The case of anchoring. Psychological Science. 11(4): 324-327.

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