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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 11, Numbers 4-5, Numbers 4-5/July-September 2003

Research on hindsight bias: A rich past, a productive present, and a challenging future
pp. 329-335(7)
Authors: Hoffrage, Ulrich; Pohl, Rüdiger

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SARA: A cognitive process model to simulate the anchoring effect and hindsight bias
pp. 337-356(20)
Authors: Pohl, Rüdiger; Eisenhauer, Markus; Hardt, Oliver

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Hindsight bias: How knowledge and heuristics affect our reconstruction of the past
pp. 357-377(21)
Authors: Hertwig, Ralph; Fanselow, Carola; Hoffrage, Ulrich

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Hindsight bias as a function of anchor distance and anchor plausibility
pp. 379-394(16)
Authors: Hardt, Oliver; Pohl, Rüdiger

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Strength of hindsight bias as a consequence of meta-cognitions
pp. 395-410(16)
Authors: Schwarz, Stefan; Stahlberg, Dagmar

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An inferential approach to the knew-it-all-along phenomenon
pp. 411-419(9)
Authors: Werth, Lioba; Strack, Fritz

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"I couldn't have seen it coming": The impact of negative self-relevant outcomes on retrospections about foreseeability
pp. 443-454(12)
Authors: Mark, Melvin; Reiter Boburka, Renee; Eyssell, Kristen; Cohen, Laurie; Mellor, Steven

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Personality differences in hindsight bias
pp. 473-489(17)
Author: Musch, Jochen

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Hindsight bias in political elections
pp. 491-504(14)
Authors: Blank, Hartmut; Fischer, Volkhard; Erdfelder, Edgar

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