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Revisiting Partition Priming in judgment under uncertainty: Replication and extension Registered Report of Fox and Rottenstreich (2003)use asterix (*) to get italics
Kerou Ding, Gilad FeldmanPlease use the format "First name initials family name" as in "Marie S. Curie, Niels H. D. Bohr, Albert Einstein, John R. R. Tolkien, Donna T. Strickland"
<p>[IMPORTANT: Abstract, method, and results were written using a randomized dataset produced by Qualtrics to simulate what these sections will look like after data collection. These will be updated following the data collection. For the purpose of the simulation, we wrote things in past tense, but no pre-registration or data collection took place yet.]</p> <p>Partition dependence is the phenomenon in which individuals' evaluations of probabilities are influenced by the partitioning of the information, based on how the information is presented or framed. In a Registered Report experiment involving an American online Amazon Mechanical Turk sample (N = 600), we conducted a replication and extension of Studies 1a, 1b, 3, and 4 from a classic article by Fox and Rottenstreich (2003) demonstrating the phenomenon. They showed that participants’ estimations of an event’s likelihood shifted based on minor adjustments of the framing that suggested a change in partitioning perspective (“ignorance prior” priming). [The following is a demo placeholder and will be updated following data collection.] &nbsp;We [found/did not find] support for Fox and Rottenstreich (2003)’s findings [...] Materials, data, and code are available on: <a href=""></a>&nbsp;</p>
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Partition dependence; uncertainty; risk; decision making
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