Mark Pezzo
Mark Pezzo
Associate Professor, Psychological Science, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
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The psychology of windfall gains
HR Arkes, CA Joyner, MV Pezzo, JG Nash, K Siegel-Jacobs, E Stone
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 59 (3), 331-347, 1994
Surprise, defence, or making sense: What removes hindsight bias?
MV Pezzo
Memory 11 (4-5), 421-441, 2003
Dimensionality of interpersonal curiosity
JA Litman, MV Pezzo
Personality and individual differences 43 (6), 1448-1459, 2007
Individual differences in attitudes towards gossip
JA Litman, MV Pezzo
Personality and Individual Differences 38 (4), 963-980, 2005
A multilevel analysis of rumor transmission: Effects of anxiety and belief in two field experiments
MV Pezzo, JW Beckstead
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 28 (1), 91-100, 2006
Making sense of failure: A motivated model of hindsight bias
MV Pezzo, SP Pezzo
Social cognition 25 (1), 147-164, 2007
A posteriori adjustment of a priori decision criteria
MD Alicke, TL Davis, MV Pezzo
Social Cognition 12 (4), 281-308, 1994
Hindsight bias: A primer for motivational researchers
MV Pezzo
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5 (9), 665-678, 2011
The social implications of planning: How public predictions bias future plans
SP Pezzo, MV Pezzo, ER Stone
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (2), 221-227, 2006
On the distinction between yuppies and hippies: Individual differences in prediction biases for planning future tasks
MV Pezzo, JA Litman, SP Pezzo
Personality and Individual Differences 41 (7), 1359-1371, 2006
The effects of disappointment on hindsight bias for real‐world outcomes
MV Pezzo, JW Beckstead
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2008
Physicians’ tacit and stated policies for determining patient benefit and referral to cardiac rehabilitation
JW Beckstead, MV Pezzo, TM Beckie, F Shahraki, AC Kentner, SL Grace
Medical Decision Making 34 (1), 63-74, 2014
Physician evaluation after medical errors: does having a computer decision aid help or hurt in hindsight?
MV Pezzo, SP Pezzo
Medical Decision Making 26 (1), 48-56, 2006
The transmitter-persistence effect: A confounded discovery?
GD Lassiter, MV Pezzo, K J. Apple
Psychological Science 4 (3), 208-210, 1993
Close encounters of a third kind: Simulated hypnotic interviews of alien contacts
SJ Lynn, M Pezzo
meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, 1994
The testing and design of an arduino microcontroller board for the study of proxemics
TB Huynh, L Hardy, M Pezzo, O Wilder
University of South Florida St. Petersburg Student Research Journal 2, 1-7, 2012
The localization of phantom images in an omnidirectional stereophonic loudspeaker system
D Moulton, M Ferralli, S Hebrock, M Pezzo
Audio Engineering Society Convention 81, 1986
Patients prefer artificial intelligence to a human provider, provided the AI is better than the human: A commentary on Longoni, Bonezzi and Morewedge (2019)
MV Pezzo, JW Beckstead
Judgment and Decision Making 15 (3), 443, 2020
Removing the hindsight bias: a test of the motivated processing hypothesis
MV Pezzo
Ohio University, 1996
Algorithm aversion is too often presented as though it were non-compensatory: A reply to Longoni et al.\(2020)
MV Pezzo, JW Beckstead
Judgment and Decision Making 15 (3), 449, 2020
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