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About Jonathan Baron.
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Jonathan Baron. Jonathan Baron is professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
Judgment Misguided: Intuition and Error in Public Decision Making
He studies intuitions and judgment biases that impede maximization of utility good by democratic government. These include parochialism, the act-omission distinction, moralistic values, and the isolation effect. He is also interested in experimentation and data analysis. Books by Jonathan Baron.
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Deliberation versus intuition: decomposing the role of expertise in judgment and decision making
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