In the article "Information Sampling Behavior With Explicit Sampling Costs" by Mordechai Z. Juni, Todd M. Gureckis, and Laurence T. Maloney (Decision, Advance online publication. December 14, 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/dec0000045), there was a typo in the degrees of freedom reported for one of the significance tests. In the Results section, the third sentence in the Participants adapted to changes in the cost-benefit structure of the task. subsection, the degrees of freedom reported should be 198, not 99.
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- Social Psychology
- Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology
- Applied Psychology
- Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty