Robin Hogarth

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
"Robin Hogarth"


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Hillel Einhorn grad student 1972 Chicago


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Colin Camerer grad student 1981 Chicago
Marlys Lipe grad student 1985 Chicago (Business Management Tree)
Ann McGill grad student 1986 Chicago (Neurotree)
Laureen A. Maines grad student 1990 Chicago
Craig R. M. McKenzie grad student 1994 Chicago (Neurotree)
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Soyer E, Hogarth RM. (2015) Learning from experience in nonlinear environments: Evidence from a competition scenario. Cognitive Psychology. 81: 48-73
Hogarth RM, Lejarraga T, Soyer E. (2015) The Two Settings of Kind and Wicked Learning Environments Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24: 379-385
Hogarth RM, Soyer E. (2015) Communicating forecasts: The simplicity of simulated experience Journal of Business Research. 68: 1800-1809
Soyer E, Hogarth RM. (2015) The golden rule of forecasting: Objections, refinements, and enhancements Journal of Business Research. 68: 1702-1704
Dai Z, Hogarth RM, Villeval MC. (2015) Ambiguity on audits and cooperation in a public goods game European Economic Review. 74: 146-162
Hogarth RM, Soyer E. (2015) Using simulated experience to make sense of big data Mit Sloan Management Review. 56: 49-54
Hogarth RM. (2014) Automatic processes, emotions, and the causal field Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 31-32
Hogarth RM, Villeval MC. (2014) Ambiguous incentives and the persistence of effort: Experimental evidence Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 100: 1-19
Hogarth RM, Soyer E. (2014) Providing information for decision making: Contrasting description and simulation Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
Hogarth RM, Mukherjee K, Soyer E. (2013) Assessing the chances of success: Naïve statistics versus kind experience Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition. 39: 14-32
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