# 'Biases' presentation slideshows

## William T. Ziemba Alumni Professor of Financial Modeling and Stochastic Optimization Sauder School of Business

Behavioral Finance, Racetrack Betting and Options and Futures Trading. William T. Ziemba Alumni Professor of Financial Modeling and Stochastic Optimization Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Mathematical Finance Seminar Stanford University

By sandra_john
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## William T. Ziemba Alumni Professor of Financial Modeling and Stochastic Optimization Sauder School of Business

Behavioral Finance, Racetrack Betting and Options and Futures Trading. William T. Ziemba Alumni Professor of Financial Modeling and Stochastic Optimization Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Mathematical Finance Seminar Stanford University

By Mercy
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## CHAPTER OVERVIEW

CHAPTER OVERVIEW. Experimental Designs Internal and External Validity and Experimental Design Controlling Extraneous Variables. TRUE EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH METHODS. Allow statements about cause and effect By controlling potential sources of variance The simplest experimental design

By kiefer
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## Validation of SGP4 and IS-GPS-200D Against GPS Precise Ephemerides

Validation of SGP4 and IS-GPS-200D Against GPS Precise Ephemerides. T.S. Kelso 2007 January 29. Overview. Introduction Objectives Test & Truth Data Methodology & Results Conclusions Future Research. Introduction. TLEs are the only source of full-catalog elements

By emmy
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## Ch. 8: COMPENSATING WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND LABOR MARKETS

Ch. 8: COMPENSATING WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND LABOR MARKETS. A compensating wage differential an increment in wages required to attract workers into a job with an undesirable working condition. Theory of Compensating differences. Assumptions on Employee Side. workers maximize utility.

By baba
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## Perceptual Process

Perceptual Process. We perceive through our senses – feeling, hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting What affects the way we perceive: Characteristics of the object like size, intensity, novelty, repetition etc. Characteristics of the context or situation like time, work setting, social setting

By nelia
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## Spectrometer design

Spectrometer design . Alain Blondel UniGe, Patrick Janot CERN-EP. OUTLINE Summary of requirements on resolutions in space, time, energy material budget multiple scattering  ID Open questions and how to answer them? field homogeneity requirements

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## Measuring Educational Achievement

Measuring Educational Achievement. Purpose: Measuring Performance of: Individual students Teachers School performance School district “Report Cards” Programs and policies. The TESTS. IQ tests SAT\ACT International tests TIMSS- Third International Math and Science Study

By buck
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## Ch. 8: COMPENSATING WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND LABOR MARKETS

Ch. 8: COMPENSATING WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND LABOR MARKETS. A compensating wage differential an increment in wages required to attract workers into a job with an undesirable working condition. Theory of Compensating differences. Assumptions on Employee Side. workers maximize utility.

By amity
(220 views)

## Daniel Heradstveit and G. Matthew Bonham

Attribution Theory and Arab Images of the Gulf War. Daniel Heradstveit and G. Matthew Bonham. Daniel Heradstveit and G. Matthew Bonham, “Attribution Theory and Arab Images of the Gulf War” Political Psychology (1996) 17, 271-292. The Study of Social Attribution. “Naïve Scientist” Framework

By keagan
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## Tracking systematics: new routine ready for tests

Tracking systematics: new routine ready for tests. Andrea Venturi INFN Pisa. Status Report. Target: new routine to apply biases and smearing to all charged tracks momenta and direction in a realistic and correlated way. What has been done so far:

By brooks
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## A Richer Understanding of Bayesian Network Diagrams Dr. Kamaran Fathulla University of Essex International Academy ka

A Richer Understanding of Bayesian Network Diagrams Dr. Kamaran Fathulla University of Essex International Academy kamaran@essex.ac.uk June 2011. Some 2500 years ago people have used clay tablets to express boundaries, groupings, and routes.

By yves
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## Decision-making II judging the likelihood of events

Decision-making II judging the likelihood of events. Heuristics and Biases. Tversky & Kahneman propose that people often do not follow rules of probability Instead, decision making may be based on heuristics Lower cognitive load but may lead to systematic errors and biases

By aspen
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## Understanding Intercultural Communication Second Edition

Understanding Intercultural Communication Second Edition. Chapter 8 What Causes us to Hold Biases Against Outgroups? Stella Ting-Toomey & Leeva C. Chung OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS . PowerPoint Slides Designed by Alex Flecky and Noorie Baig. TODAY’S MENU .

By royce
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## Truncation of stellar disks in galaxies at z ~ 1

Truncation of stellar disks in galaxies at z ~ 1. Isabel P é rez, Kapteyn Astronomical Institute. Is finding truncation at high z feasible ? Biases and systematic errors Comparison to the local sample (tricky!). Evolution?

By graceland
(109 views)

## Announcements

Personality Assessment I PSYC 4500: Introduction to Clinical Psychology Brett Deacon, Ph.D. October 10, 2013. Announcements. Exam #2 is next Thursday, October 17 th Next response paper due October 24 th Time constraints and Chapter 7 (Intellectual Assessment). Rorschach Inkblot Test.

By holleb
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## An Artificial Stock Market Martin Sewell mvs25@cam.ac.uk University of Cambridge

An Artificial Stock Market Martin Sewell mvs25@cam.ac.uk University of Cambridge. Objective

By hallie
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## Experimental Social Sciences: Investigating the Deep Bases of Economic and Political Decisions

Experimental Social Sciences: Investigating the Deep Bases of Economic and Political Decisions. Akademi for Talentfulde Unge. Alexander K. Koch & Michael Bang Petersen Aarhus , October 2013. A Spotlight on Behavioral & Experimental Economics: Social Preferences.

By daphne
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## Fine-scale Meteorological Simulation of Cold Pools in Salt Lake City

Fine-scale Meteorological Simulation of Cold Pools in Salt Lake City. Chris Misenis, Kirk Baker, Pat Dolwick. Image courtesy of Erik Crosman, University of Utah. Overview & Air Quality Implications.

By gari
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## Best Practices from Best Books

Best Practices from Best Books. Dr. Rick Ostrander, Provost, Cornerstone University Dr. Carla Sanderson, Executive Vice President and Provost, Union University Dr. Ed Ericson, Vice President for Academic Affairs, John Brown University. Introduction. Background context Overview of the session

By laurel
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