Publikationen von Mirjam A. Jenny

Buchkapitel (5)

Jenny, M. A. (2015). Fast and frugal decision trees. In M. Altman (Ed.), Real-world decision making: An encyclopedia of behavioral economics (pp. 152–154). ABC-CLIO.
van den Bos, W., Jenny, M. A., & Wulff, D. U. (2014). Open minded psychology. In S. A. Moore (Ed.), Issues in open research data (pp. 107–127). Ubiquity Press.

Konferenzbeitrag (2)

Holford, D., Jenny, M. A., Hahn, U., Koylyu, A., Scherzer, M., Lewandowsky, S., Herzog, S., Fasce, A., & Wulf, M. (2022). COVID-19: Communication of public health information. [Written evidence submitted by SciBeh for the Scottish Government’s] COVID-19 Recovery Committee, 15th Meeting, 2022 (Session 6), Thursday 26 May 2022. CVDR/S6/22/15/1. In COVID-19 Recovery Committee 15th Meeting, 2022 Thursday, May 26, 2022 (pp. 1–15). The Scottish Parliament,
Keller, N., Jenny, M. A., Spies, C. A., & Herzog, S. M. (2020). Augmenting decision competence in healthcare using AI-based cognitive models. In 2020 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI 2020) (pp. 553–556). IEEE.

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
Jenny, M. (2013). Modeling how people judge, choose, and change their mind: The cognitive processes underlying probability judgments and belief revisions [Doktorarbeit, Universität Basel].

Forschungspapier (1)

Fleischhut, N., & Jenny, M. A. (2019). Kommunikationsproblem Naturgefahren: Wie lassen sich Hochwasserrisiken transparent und verständlich darstellen? (Studien und Gutachten im Auftrag des Sachverständigenrats für Verbraucherfragen). Sachverständigenrat für Verbraucherfragen.

Preprint (3)

Betsch, C., Sprengholz, P., Siegers, R., Eitze, S., Korn, L., Goldhahn, L., Schmitz, J. M., Giesler, P., Knauer, G., & Jenny, M. (2021). Unpacking the black box: Empirical evidence to understand the human factor for effective rapid testing against SARS-CoV2. PsyArXiv, 13 April 2021.
Maier, B. F., Wiedermann, M., Burdinski, A., Klamser, P., Jenny, M. A., Betsch, C., & Brockmann, D. (2021). Germany’s current COVID-19 crisis is mainly driven by the unvaccinated. MedRxiv, 26 November 2021.
Rebitschek, F. G., Ellermann, C., Jenny, M. A., Siegel, N. A., Spinner, C., & Wagner, G. G. (2021). How skeptics could be convinced (not persuaded) to get vaccinated against COVID-19. PsyArXiv, 22 March 2021.

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