Asymmetric dominance versus learning: can context effects override the learning of choice-set rules?

N. Olsen and R. M. Burton, “Asymmetric dominance versus learning: can context effects override the learning of choice-set rules?,” Annual meeting of the computation and mathematical organization theory conference. pittsburgh, pa: carnegie mellon, 2000.

BibTeX

@article {olsen2000asymmetric,
year = {2000},
title = {Asymmetric dominance versus learning: Can context effects override
the learning of choice-set rules?},
journal = {Annual Meeting of the Computation and Mathematical Organization Theory
Conference. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Mellon},
biburl = {https://zeal.global/publications/asymmetric-dominance-versus-learning-can-context-effects-override-the-learning-of-choice-set-rules},
urltitle = {asymmetric-dominance-versus-learning-can-context-effects-override-the-learning-of-choice-set-rules},
author = {Olsen, Nils and Burton, Richard M}
}