Judgment and Decision Making publishes articles that “deal with normative, descriptive, and/or prescriptive analyses of human judgments and decisions. These include, but are not limited to: experimental studies of judgments of hypothetical scenarios; experimental economic approaches to individual and group behavior; use of physiological methods to understand human judgments and decisions; discussion of normative models such as utility theory; and applications of relevant theory to medicine, law, consumer behavior, business, public choice, and public economics”.
Although this journal mainly publishes experimental studies, it occasionally publishes theoretical and more general articles that are relevant to i2S, including on decision making under uncertainty.
Posted: June 2018
Last modified: July 2020