On the relative importance of the hot stove effect and the tendency to rely on small samples
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- Fujikawa, Takemi, 2009. "The hot stove effect in repeated-play decision making under ambiguity," MPRA Paper 17647, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Kobayashi, Yohei & Fujikawa, Takemi, 2010. "An incomplete ignorance state in repeated-play decision making: A note on Bayesian decision-theoretical framework," MPRA Paper 28265, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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Keywordsdecisions from experience; payoff variability; rare events; uncertainty; undersampling.;
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