Christoph Ungemach
Christoph Ungemach
TUM School of Management
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The average laboratory samples a population of 7,300 Amazon Mechanical Turk workers
N Stewart, C Ungemach, AJL Harris, DM Bartels, BR Newell, G Paolacci, ...
Judgment and Decision making 10 (5), 479-491, 2015
Are probabilities overweighted or underweighted when rare outcomes are experienced (rarely)?
C Ungemach, N Chater, N Stewart
Psychological Science 20 (4), 473-479, 2009
How incidental values from the environment affect decisions about money, risk, and delay
C Ungemach, N Stewart, S Reimers
Psychological Science 22 (2), 253-260, 2011
Leading with political awareness
J Hartley, C Fletcher, P Wilton, P Woodman, C Ungemach
London: Chartered Management Institute, 2007
Translated attributes as choice architecture: Aligning objectives and choices through decision signposts
C Ungemach, AR Camilleri, EJ Johnson, RP Larrick, EU Weber
Management Science 64 (5), 2445-2459, 2018
Framing climate change in frontline communities: anthropological insights on how mountain dwellers in the USA, Peru, and Italy adapt to glacier retreat
B Orlove, K Milch, L Zaval, C Ungemach, J Brugger, K Dunbar, C Jurt
Regional Environmental Change 19 (5), 1295-1309, 2019
Leading with political awareness: Developing leaders’ skills to manage the political dimension across all sectors
J Hartley, C Fletcher, P Wilton, P Woodman, C Ungemach
London: Chartered Management Institute. Heilman, ME (2001). Description and …, 2007
Risky decision making: Testing for violations of transitivity predicted by an editing mechanism
E Quispe-Torreblanca, M Birnbaum, D Navarro-Martinez, C Ungemach, ...
Judgment and Decision Making 11 (1), 2016
Decisions from experience without sampling error
C Ungemach, N Chater, N Stewart
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2008
Political astuteness in organizational leadership
J Hartley, C Fletcher, C Ungemach
Working paper, Milton Keynes: Open University, 2013
Enough is enough: how West African farmers judge water sufficiency
C Roncoli, B Orlove, C Ungemach, B Dowd-Uribe, CT West, K Milch, ...
Regional Environmental Change 19 (2), 573-585, 2019
Redundant Information As a Choice Architecture Tool: How Attribute Decomposition on Displays Can Be Used to Highlight Important Dimensions For Consumers
C Ungemach, A Camilleri, E Johnson, R Larrick, E Weber
ACR North American Advances, 2012
Article Title: How Incidental Values From the Environment Affect Decisions About Money, Risk, and Delay Year of publication: 2010 Link to published article: http://dx. doi. org …
C Ungemach, N Stewart, S Reimers
Are Probabilities Overweighted or Underweighted When
C Ungemach, N Chater, N Stewart
policies. Please scroll down to view the document, 2009
The weight of experience: an investigation of probability weighting under decisions from experience
C Ungemach
University of Warwick, 2008
TRANSLATED ATTRIBUTES AS A CHOICE ARCHITECTURE TOOL: TRICK AND TREAT Adrian R. Camilleri The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA
C Ungemach, RP Larrick, EU Weber, EJ Johnson
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