Erik Løhre
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There is a 60% probability, but I am 70% certain: Communicative consequences of external and internal expressions of uncertainty
E Løhre, KH Teigen
Thinking & Reasoning 22 (4), 369-396, 2016
Numerical anchors and their strong effects on software development effort estimates
E Løhre, M Jørgensen
Journal of Systems and Software 116, 49-56, 2016
Probabilities associated with precise and vague forecasts
E Løhre, KH Teigen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (5), 1014-1026, 2017
Climate scientists’ wide prediction intervals may be more likely but are perceived to be less certain
E Løhre, M Juanchich, M Sirota, KH Teigen, TG Shepherd
Weather, climate, and society 11 (3), 565-575, 2019
The rise and fall of scary numbers: The effect of perceived trends on future estimates, severity ratings, and help‐allocations in a cancer context
A Erlandsson, SM Hohle, E Løhre, D Västfjäll
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 48 (11), 618-633, 2018
Stronger, sooner, and more certain climate change: A link between certainty and outcome strength in revised forecasts
E Løhre
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (12), 2531-2547, 2018
Expressing (un) certainty in no uncertain terms: Reply to Fox and Ülkümen
KH Teigen, E Løhre
Thinking & Reasoning 23 (4), 492-496, 2017
Framing experts'(dis) agreements about uncertain environmental events
E Løhre, A Sobkow, SM Hohle, KH Teigen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 32 (5), 564-578, 2019
The boundary effect: Perceived post hoc accuracy of prediction intervals
KH Teigen, E Løhre, SM Hohle
Judgment and Decision Making 13 (4), 309-321, 2018
How fast can you (possibly) do it, or how long will it (certainly) take? Communicating uncertain estimates of performance time
E Løhre, KH Teigen
Acta Psychologica 148, 63-73, 2014
First impressions in software development effort estimation: Easy to create and difficult to neutralize
M Jørgensen, E Løhre
IET Digital Library, 2012
What is a “likely” amount? Representative (modal) values are considered likely even when their probabilities are low
KH Teigen, M Juanchich, E Løhre
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 171, 104166, 2022
Combining verbal forecasts: The role of directionality and the reinforcement effect
KH Teigen, M Juanchich, E Løhre
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 36 (2), e2298, 2023
When leaders disclose uncertainty: effects of expressing internal and external uncertainty about a decision
E Løhre, K Halvor Teigen
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218231204350, 2023
Revisiting representativeness classic paradigms: Replication and extensions of the problems reviewed in Kahneman and Tversky (1972)
L Mayiwar, KH Wan, E Løhre, G Feldman
Context-dependent memory and mood
E Løhre
Advice taking when the stakes are high: Evidence from a game show
E Løhre, T Halkjelsvik, E Løhre
Uncertainty, expertise, and persuasion: A replication and extension of
E Løhre, SP Chandrashekar, L Mayiwar, T Hærem
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 113, 104619, 2024
Self‐Distancing Regulates the Effect of Incidental Anger (vs. Fear) on Affective Decision‐Making Under Uncertainty
L Mayiwar, T Hærem, E Løhre
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 37 (2), e2378, 2024
Speakers’ Choice of Frame Reveals Little About Their Trait Emotions but More About Their Preferences and Risk Perception
L Mayiwar, E Løhre
Collabra: Psychology 8 (1), 57704, 2022
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