Stefan M. Herzog
Stefan M. Herzog
Center for Adaptive Decision Making, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany
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A choice prediction competition: Choices from experience and from description
I Erev, E Ert, AE Roth, E Haruvy, SM Herzog, R Hau, R Hertwig, T Stewart, ...
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 23 (1), 15-47, 2010
3012010
The wisdom of many in one mind: Improving individual judgments with dialectical bootstrapping
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
Psychological Science 20 (2), 231-237, 2009
2822009
Fluency heuristic: A model of how the mind exploits a by-product of information retrieval.
R Hertwig, SM Herzog, LJ Schooler, T Reimer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (5), 1191, 2008
2412008
Fast and frugal heuristics: tools of social rationality
R Hertwig, SM Herzog
Social Cognition 27 (5), 661-698, 2009
1262009
Temporal distance and ease of retrieval
SM Herzog, J Hansen, M Wänke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (3), 483-488, 2007
982007
Boosting medical diagnostics by pooling independent judgments
RHJM Kurvers, SM Herzog, R Hertwig, J Krause, PA Carney, A Bogart, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8777-8782, 2016
862016
The wisdom of ignorant crowds: Predicting sport outcomes by mere recognition
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
Judgment and Decision Making 6 (1), 58-72, 2011
522011
Harnessing the wisdom of the inner crowd
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18 (10), 504-506, 2014
412014
The ecological validity of fluency
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
The Experience of Thinking: How the Fluency of Mental Processes Influences …, 2013
352013
The potential of collective intelligence in emergency medicine: pooling medical students’ independent decisions improves diagnostic performance
JE Kämmer, WE Hautz, SM Herzog, O Kunina-Habenicht, RHJM Kurvers
Medical decision making 37 (6), 715-724, 2017
312017
Think twice and then: Combining or choosing in dialectical bootstrapping?
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (1 …, 2014
312014
Haunted by a doppelgänger
B von Helversen, SM Herzog, J Rieskamp
Experimental psychology, 2014
272014
Surrogate Decision Making Do We Have to Trade Off Accuracy and Procedural Satisfaction?
R Frey, R Hertwig, SM Herzog
Medical Decision Making 34 (2), 258-269, 2014
202014
Sometimes Bayesian statistics are better
S Herzog, D Ostwald
Nature 494 (7435), 35-35, 2013
202013
Promoting the use of probabilistic weather forecasts through a dialogue between scientists, developers and end‐users
VJ Fundel, N Fleischhut, SM Herzog, M Göber, R Hagedorn
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 145, 210-231, 2019
182019
Reach and speed of judgment propagation in the laboratory
M Moussaïd, SM Herzog, JE Kämmer, R Hertwig
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (16), 4117-4122, 2017
172017
The ecological rationality of the wisdom of crowds
SM Herzog, A Litvinova, KS Yahosseini, AN Tump, RHJM Kurvers
Taming Uncertainty, 2019
122019
Social learning strategies for matters of taste
PP Analytis, D Barkoczi, SM Herzog
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (6), 415-424, 2018
122018
The Crowd Within and the Benefits of Dialectical Bootstrapping: A Reply to White and Antonakis (2013)
SM Herzog, R Hertwig
Psychological science 24 (1), 117-119, 2013
122013
Strategy selection versus strategy blending: A predictive perspective on single‐and multi‐strategy accounts in multiple‐cue estimation
SM Herzog, B von Helversen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 31 (2), 233-249, 2018
92018
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