The Ostrich Effect: Selective Attention To Information

Karlsson, Niklas; Loewenstein, George; Seppi, Duane, (2009). The Ostrich Effect: Selective Attention To Information. Journal Of Risk And Uncertainty, 38, 2, 95–115.

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