Ori Plonsky
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From Anomalies to Forecasts: Toward a Descriptive Model of Decisions Under Risk, Under Ambiguity, and From Experience.
I Erev, E Ert, O Plonsky, D Cohen, O Cohen
Psychological Review 124 (4), 369-409, 2017
157*2017
Reliance on small samples, the wavy recency effect, and similarity-based learning.
O Plonsky, K Teodorescu, I Erev
Psychological review 122 (4), 621-647, 2015
982015
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
JF Landy, ML Jia, IL Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, ...
Psychological Bulletin 146 (5), 451-479, 2020
672020
Psychological forest: Predicting human behavior
O Plonsky, I Erev, T Hazan, M Tennenholtz
31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, AAAI 2017, 2017
362017
Predicting human decisions with behavioral theories and machine learning
O Plonsky, R Apel, E Ert, M Tennenholtz, D Bourgin, JC Peterson, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1904.06866, 2019
352019
Learning in settings with partial feedback and the wavy recency effect of rare events
O Plonsky, I Erev
Cognitive Psychology 93, 18-43, 2017
232017
Creative destruction in science
W Tierney, JH Hardy III, CR Ebersole, K Leavitt, D Viganola, EG Clemente, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 291-309, 2020
212020
Complacency, panic, and the value of gentle rule enforcement in addressing pandemics
I Erev, O Plonsky, Y Roth
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (11), 1095-1097, 2020
112020
On the impact of experience on probability weighting in decisions under risk.
D Cohen, O Plonsky, I Erev
Decision 7 (2), 153-162, 2019
92019
Perceived patterns in decisions from experience and their influence on choice variability and policy diversification: A response to Ashby, Konstantinidis, & Yechiam, 2017
O Plonsky, K Teodorescu
Acta psychologica 202, 102953, 2020
72020
When and how can social scientists add value to data scientists? A choice prediction competition for human decision making
O Plonsky, R Apel, I Erev, E Ert, M Tennenholtz
Unpublished Manuscript, 2018
62018
The influence of biased exposure to forgone outcomes
O Plonsky, K Teodorescu
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 33, 393-407, 2020
52020
On the value of alert systems and gentle rule enforcement in addressing pandemics
Y Roth, O Plonsky, E Shalev, I Erev
Frontiers in psychology 11, 3252, 2020
42020
To predict human choice, consider the context
O Plonsky, I Erev
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 25 (10), 819-820, 2021
12021
Best to Be Last: Serial Position Effects in Legal Decisions in the Field and in the Lab
O Plonsky, DL Chen, L Netzer, T Steiner, Y Feldman
Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law Research Paper, 2021
12021
To Get People to Adopt Tracing Applications, Minimize the Probability They Will Regret It
O Plonsky, I Erev
Minimize the Probability They Will Regret It (July 7, 2020), 2020
12020
Frequency of enforcement is more important than the severity of punishment in reducing violation behaviors
K Teodorescu, O Plonsky, S Ayal, R Barkan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (42), 2021
2021
Scientific Life 813 Cultivating allyship through casual mentoring to promote diversity
B Hassinger-Das, JM Zosh, AS Bustamante, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek, ...
Sciences 25 (10), 2021
2021
Prediction oriented behavioral research and its relationship to classical decision research
O Plonsky, I Erev
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Underweighting of rare events in social interactions and its implications to the design of voluntary health applications
O Plonsky, Y Roth, I Erev
Judgment and Decision Making 16 (2), 267, 2021
2021
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