Plausibility Theory |
Definition: Plausibility Theory is a decision making concept that replaces the expected values calculation of Bayesian Theory with a risk threshold that is more resembling the way decision makers actually (should) make decisions. |
More on plausibility theory. More on individual decision making: Anchoring Bias, Bayesian Theory, Black Swan Theory, Bounded Rationality, Cognitive Bias, more... |
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