Mary E Thomson
Mary E Thomson
Professor of Decision Science
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The relative influence of advice from human experts and statistical methods on forecast adjustments
D Önkal, P Goodwin, M Thomson, S Gönül, A Pollock
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 22 (4), 390-409, 2009
On the relevance of Cognitive Continuum Theory and quasirationality for understanding management judgment and decision making
MK Dhami, ME Thomson
European Management Journal 30 (4), 316-326, 2012
Aviation risk perception: A comparison between experts and novices
ME Thomson, D Önkal, A Avcioğlu, P Goodwin
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 24 (6), 1585-1595, 2004
Do forecasts expressed as prediction intervals improve production planning decisions?
P Goodwin, D Önkal, M Thomson
European Journal of Operational Research 205 (1), 195-201, 2010
Credit risk assessment: a challenge for financial institutions
E Kalapodas, ME Thomson
IMA Journal of Management Mathematics 17 (1), 25-46, 2006
Clinical judgement in violence risk assessment
J Murray, M Thomson
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 6 (1), 2010
Judgmental forecasting
D Önkal-Atay, ME Thomson, AC Pollock
A companion to economic forecasting, 133-151, 2002
An application of attribution theory to clinical judgment
J Murray, M Thomson
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 5 (3), 2009
Combining forecasts: Performance and coherence
ME Thomson, AC Pollock, D Önkal, MS Gönül
International Journal of Forecasting 35 (2), 474-484, 2019
Applying decision making theory to clinical judgements in violence risk assessment
J Murray, M Thomson
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 6 (2), 2010
Performance evaluation of judgemental directional exchange rate predictions
AC Pollock, A Macaulay, ME Thomson, D Önkal
International Journal of Forecasting 21 (3), 473-489, 2005
The influence of trend strength on directional probabilistic currency predictions
ME Thomson, D Önkal-Atay, AC Pollock, A Macaulay
International Journal of Forecasting 19 (2), 241-256, 2003
Feedback-labelling synergies in judgmental stock price forecasting
P Goodwin, D Önkal-Atay, ME Thomson, AC Pollock, A Macaulay
Decision Support Systems 37 (1), 175-186, 2004
Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: Users’ reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility
D Önkal, MS Gönül, P Goodwin, M Thomson, E Öz
International Journal of Forecasting 33 (1), 280-297, 2017
Lawyer and Nonlawyer Susceptibility to Framing Effects in Out‐of‐Court Civil Litigation Settlement
IK Belton, M Thomson, MK Dhami
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11 (3), 578-600, 2014
Effects of trend strength and direction on performance and consistency in judgmental exchange rate forecasting
ME Thomson, AC Pollock, MS Gönül, D Önkal
International Journal of Forecasting 29 (2), 337-353, 2013
Influencing expert judgment: Attributions of crime causality
J Murray, ME Thomson, DJ Cooke, KE Charles
Legal and criminological psychology 16 (1), 126-143, 2011
Information search and product knowledge: differences between shopaholics and general shoppers in the UK and Taiwan
HY Lo, N Harvey, M Thomson
Journal of Customer Behaviour 11 (4), 348-370, 2012
Age-related differences on cognitive overload in an audio-visual memory task
J Murray, ME Thomson
European journal of psychology of education 26 (1), 129-141, 2011
Investigating the influence of causal attributions on both the worksheet and checklist versions of the HCR-20
J Murray, KE Charles, DJ Cooke, ME Thomson
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health 13 (1), 8-17, 2014
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