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    • Confidence enhanced performance : does it exist and if so how does it work? 

      Murad, Zahra (Bilkent University, 2010)
      We empirically test and investigate the psychological mechanism behind the theory of Confidence Enhanced Performance (Compte and Postlewaite, 2004). This theory suggests that if confidence enhances performance, then ...
    • The effects of feedback on judgmental interval predictions 

      Bolger, F.; Önkal-Atay, D. (Elsevier, 2004)
      The majority of studies of probability judgment have found that judgments tend to be overconfident and that the degree of overconfidence is greater the more difficult the task. Further, these effects have been resistant ...
    • Market entry decisions: effects of absolute and relative confidence 

      Bolger, F.; Pulford, B. D.; Colman, A. M. (Hogrefe Publishing, 2008)
      In a market entry game, the number of entrants usually approaches game-theoretic equilibrium quickly, but in real-world markets business start-ups typically exceed market capacity, resulting in chronically high failure ...