Craig McKenzie
Craig McKenzie
Professor of Management / Psychology, UC San Diego
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Recommendations implicit in policy defaults
CRM McKenzie, MJ Liersch, SR Finkelstein
Psychological Science 17 (5), 414-420, 2006
4042006
Information leakage from logically equivalent frames
S Sher, CRM McKenzie
Cognition 101 (3), 467-494, 2006
3382006
What a speaker’s choice of frame reveals: Reference points, frame selection, and framing effects
CRM McKenzie, JD Nelson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 10 (3), 596-602, 2003
2952003
Learning from feedback: Exactingness and incentives.
RM Hogarth, BJ Gibbs, CR McKenzie, MA Marquis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (4), 734, 1991
2571991
The accuracy of intuitive judgment strategies: Covariation assessment and Bayesian inference
CRM McKenzie
Cognitive psychology 26 (3), 209-239, 1994
2551994
Underestimating the duration of future events: Memory incorrectly used or memory bias?
MM Roy, NJS Christenfeld, CRM McKenzie
Psychological bulletin 131 (5), 738, 2005
1732005
A Bayesian view of covariation assessment
CRM McKenzie, LA Mikkelsen
Cognitive Psychology 54 (1), 33-61, 2007
1682007
Overconfidence in interval estimates: What does expertise buy you?
CRM McKenzie, MJ Liersch, I Yaniv
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 107 (2), 179-191, 2008
1662008
Experience matters: Information acquisition optimizes probability gain
JD Nelson, CRM McKenzie, GW Cottrell, TJ Sejnowski
Psychological science 21 (7), 960-969, 2010
1402010
Misunderstanding savings growth: Implications for retirement savings behavior
CRM McKenzie, MJ Liersch
Journal of Marketing Research 48 (SPL), S1-S13, 2011
1392011
Framing effects in inference tasks—and why they are normatively defensible
CRM McKenzie
Memory & cognition 32 (6), 874-885, 2004
1372004
The psychological side of Hempel’s paradox of confirmation
CRM McKenzie, LA Mikkelsen
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 7 (2), 360-366, 2000
1232000
Taking into account the strength of an alternative hypothesis.
CRM McKenzie
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 24 (3), 771, 1998
1231998
When negative evidence increases confidence: Change in belief after hearing two sides of a dispute
CRM McKenzie, SM Lee, KK Chen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 15 (1), 1-18, 2002
1132002
Framing effects and rationality
S Sher, CRM McKenzie
1002008
Gaze bias: Selective encoding and liking effects
ER Schotter, RW Berry, CRM McKenzie, K Rayner
Visual Cognition 18 (8), 1113-1132, 2010
912010
Rational models as theories–not standards–of behavior
CRM McKenzie
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7 (9), 403-406, 2003
902003
Judgment and decision making
CRM McKenzie
Handbook of cognition, 2005
782005
Allocation of visual attention in younger and older adults
AA Hartley, J Kieley, CRM Mckenzie
Perception & Psychophysics 52 (2), 175-185, 1992
741992
Underweighting alternatives and overconfidence
CRM McKenzie
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 71 (2), 141-160, 1997
711997
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