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The Impact of the Impact Bias on Negotiation
(Marquette Law Review, 2004)
The theory of principled or problem-solving negotiation assumes that negotiators are able to identify their interests (or what they really want) in a negotiation. Recent research on effective forecasting calls this assumption ...
Better Settle than Sorry: The Regret Aversion Theory of Litigation Behavior
(University of Illinois Law Review, 1999)
Legal scholars have developed two dominant theories of litigation behavior: the Economic Theory of Suit and Settlement,which is based on expected utility theory, and the Framing Theory of Litigation, which is based on ...
Risk Realization, Emotion, and Policy Making
(Missouri Law Review, 2004)
In their study of terrorism and SARS, Professor Feigenson and his colleagues report "significant positive correlations between people's risk perceptions and their negative affect." In their review of the judgment and ...