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This document describes the labels and content of variables in the data. Codebook for Choice Data Metadata Description Dataset name: Human risky choices with goals Repeated binary choices by adult humans among a high- and a low-variance two-outcome lottery, who were given a point goal to reach after a certain...

Why do we prefer what we prefer? Take cereal bars. Do I genuinely prefer an almond bar over one with hazelnuts most of the time? Or does this almond bar look like the one I had the other day, which was delicious, and happend to have almonds? (I personally prefer chocolate, but that's a different story.)

Do we, as scientific community, actually agree about what constitutes a process model? We developed a practical framework for eveyone developing process models specifying the necessary characteristics of cognitive process models (in collaboration with Jolene H. Tan, and Mirjam A. Jenny; both Max Planck Institute...