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Regenwetter, M., Robinson M.M. and Wang, C. (2022). Are you an exception to your favorite decision theory? Behavioral decision research is a Linda problem! Decision, 9, 91-111.
Regenwetter, M., Robinson, M.M. (2022). Reply to Commentaries: Why should we worry about scientific conjunction fallacies? Decision, 9, 124-130.
Regenwetter, M., Robinson, M.M., and Wang, C. (2022) Four internal inconsistencies in Tversky and Kahneman’s (1992) Cumulative Prospect Theory paper: A case study in ambiguous theoretical scope and ambiguous parsimony. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 5.


Chen, M., Regenwetter, M. Davis-Stober, C.P. (2021). Collective choice may tell nothing about anyone's individual preferences. Decision Analysis, 18, March, 1-24.
Regenwetter, M., Davis-Stober, C.P., Smeulders, B., Fields, B. (2021). (Ir)rationality of animal choice? A guide to testing transitivity. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 96, 3, 169-188.


Regenwetter, M. (2020). TUTORIAL: With sufficient increases in X, more people will engage in the target behavior. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 99


Davis-Stober, C. and Regenwetter, R. (2019). “The ‘paradox’ of converging evidence.” Psychological Review, 126, 865-879.
Park, S., Davis-Stober, C.P., Snyder, H.K., Messner, W. and Regenwetter, M.. (2019) Cognitive Aging and Tests of Rationality. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 22, 1-14
Regenwetter, M. and Cavagnaro, D. R. (2019). “Tutorial on removing the shackles of regression anal- ysis: How to stay true to your theory of binary response probabilities.” Psychological Methods, 24, 135-152.
Regenwetter, M. and Robinson, M. (2019). “The construct-behavior gap revisited: Reply to Hertwig and Pleskac (2018).” Psychological Review, 126, 451-454.
Regenwetter, M. and Robinson, M.M. (2019), Tutorial: Nuisance or Substance? Leveraging Heterogeneity of Preferences. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 22, 1-20.
Regenwetter, M., Hsu, Y.-F., and Kuklinski, J.H. (2019). “Towards Meaningful Inferences from Thermometer Ratings.” Decision, 6, 381-399.
Zwilling, C.E., Cavagnaro, D.R., Regenwetter, M., Lim, S.H., Fields, B., and Zhang, Y. (2019). “QTEST 2.1: Quantitative Testing of Theories of Binary Choice Using Bayesian Inference.” Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 91, 176-194.


Davis-Stober, C. Doignon, J.-P., Fiorini, S., Glineur, F. and Regenwetter, M. (2018) “Extended Formulations for Order Polytopes through Network Flows.” Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 87, 1-10.
Regenwetter, M. and Davis-Stober, C. (2018). “The role of independence and stationarity in probabilistic models of binary choice.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 31, 100-114.
Regenwetter, M. and Hsu, Y.-F. (2018). “Stochastic Process Models of Preference Change.” The Oxford Handbook of Public Choice, Vol. 2 edited by R. Congleton, B. Grofman, and S. Voigt.
Smeulders, B., Davis-Stober, C., Regenwetter, M. and Spieksma, F.C.R. (2018). “Testing probabilistic models of choice using column generation.” Computers & Operations Research, 95, 32-43.


Davis-Stober, C., Brown, N, Park, S. and Regenwetter, M. (2017). ”Recasting a biologically motivated computational model within a Fechnerian and random utility framework.” Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 77, 156-164.
Marley, A.A.J. and Regenwetter, M. (2017) “Choice, Preference, and Utility: Probabilistic and De- terministic Representations.” New Handbook of Mathematical Psychology, Vol. 1. Foundations and Methodology, edited by W. Batchelder, H. Colonius, E. Dzhafarov, J. Myung. pp. 374-453. Cambridge University Press.
Regenwetter, M. and Robinson, M. (2017). “The construct-behavior gap in behavioral decision research: A challenge beyond replicability.” Psychological Review, 124, 533-550.
Regenwetter, M., Cavagnaro, D., Popova, A., Guo, Y., Zwilling, C., Lim, S.H., Stevens, J.R. (2017). “Heterogeneity and Parsimony in Intertemporal Choice.” Decision.


Davis-Stober, C., Park, S., Brown, N. and Regenwetter, M. (2016). “Reported violations of rationality may be aggregation artifacts.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 10.1073/pnas.1606997113.


Allen, T.E., Chen, M., Goldsmith, J., Mattei, N., Popova, A., Regenwetter, M., Rossi, F., and Zwill- ing, C. (2015). “Beyond Theory and Data in Preference Modeling: Bringing Humans into the Loop.” In Algorithmic Decision Theory (T. Walsh, Ed.). Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 9346.
Brown, N. R., Davis-Stober, C.P., and Regenwetter, M. (2015). “Commentary: “Neural signatures of intransitive preferences” ” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. (doi10.3389/fnhum.2015.00509)


Guo, Y. and Regenwetter, M. (2014).“Quantitative Tests of the Perceived Relative Argument Model: Comment on Loomes (2010).” Psychological Review, 121, 696-705.
Popov, S., Popova, A., and Regenwetter, R. "Consensus in organizations: Hunting for the social choice conundrum in APA elections." (2014) Decision, 1, 123-146.
Regenwetter, M., Davis-Stober, C.P., Lim, S.H., Cha, Y.-C., Guo, Y., Messner, W., Popova, A., and Zwilling, C. (2014). “QTEST: Quantitative Testing of Theories of Binary Choice.” Decision, 1,1, 2-34. (Lead article of first issue.)


Cha, Y.-C., Choi, M., Guo, Y., Regenwetter, M. & Zwilling, C. (2013). “Reply: Birnbaum’s (2012) statistical tests of independence have unknown Type-I error rates and do not replicate within participant.” Judgment and Decision Making, 8, 55-73.
Popova, A., Regenwetter, M. & Mattei, N. (2013).“A Behavioral Perspective on Social Choice.” Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 68, 5-30.


Regenwetter, M. and Davis-Stober, C.P. (2012). "Behavioral Variability of Choices versus Structural Inconsistency of Preferences." Psychological Review, 119, 408-416.


Regenwetter, M. and Popova, A. (2011). "Consensus with Oneself: Within-Person Choice Aggregation in the Laboratory." In CONSENSUAL PROCESSES (editors: HerreraViedma, E; GarciaLapresta, JL; Kacprzyk, J; Fedrizzi, M; Nurmi, H; Zadrozny, S) Book Series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing Volume: 267 Pages: 95-121
Regenwetter, M. Dana, J. & Davis-Stober, C. (2011). "Transitivity of Preferences." Psychological Review, 118, 684-688.
Regenwetter, M., Dana, J., Davis-Stober, C. and Guo, Y. (2011). "Parsimonious testing of transitive or intransitive preferences: Reply to Birnbaum (2011)." Psychological Review, 118, 684-688


Regenwetter, M. Dana, J. & Davis-Stober, C. (2010). "Testing Transitivity of Preferences on Two-Alternatives Forced Choice Data. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:10.3389/fpsyc.2010.00148


Regenwetter, M. (2009). "Perspectives on preference aggregation." Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 403-407.
Regenwetter, M., Grofman, B., Popova, A., Messner, W., Davis-Stober, C. & Cavagnaro, D. (2009). "Behavioural social choice: A status report." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 364, 833-843.


Falmagne, J.-C., Hsu, Y.-F., Leite, F., & Regenwetter, M. (2008). Stochastic applications of media theory: Random walks on weak orders or partial orders. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 156, 1183-1196.
Regenwetter, M., & Davis-Stober, C. (2008). There are many models of transitive preference: A tutorial review and current perspective. In T. Kugler, J. C. Smith, T. Connolly, & Y.-J. Son (Eds.), Decision modeling and behavior in uncertain and complex enviornments (pp. 99-124). New York: Springer.


Hsu, Y.-F., & Regenwetter, M. (2007). Applications of Stochastic Media Theory to 1992, 1996, and 2000 National Election Study panel data. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 49, 225-244. [pdf file too big to load]
Regenwetter, M., & Rykhlevskaia, E. (2007). A general concept of scoring rules: General definitions, statistical inference, and empirical illustrations. Social Choice and Welfare, 29, 211-228.
Regenwetter, M., Ho, M.-H. R., & Tsetlin, I. (2007). Sophisticated approval voting, ignorance priors, and plurality heuristics: A Behavioral Social Choice analysis in a Thurstonian framework. Psychological Review, 114, 994-1014.
Regenwetter, M., Kim, A., Kantor, A., & Ho, M.-H. R. (2007). The unexpected empirical consensus among consensus methods. Psychological Science, 18, 629-635.


Adamowicz, W., Hanemann, M., Swait, J., Johnson, R., Layton, D., Regenwetter, M., Reimer, T., & Sorkin, R. (2005). Decision strategy and structure in households: A "groups" perspective. Marketing Letters, 16, 387-399.
Ho, M.-H. R., Regenwetter, M., Niederee, R., & Heyer, D. (2005). An alternative perspective on von Winterfeldt et al.'s (1997) test of consequence monotonicity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31, 365-373.
Hsu, Y.-F., Regenwetter, M., & Falmagne, J.-C. (2005). The tune in-and-out model: A random walk and its application to a presidential election survey. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 49, 276-289.


Doignon, J.-P., Pekec, A., & Regenwetter, M. (2004). The repeated insertion model for rankings. Missing link between two subset choice models. Psychometrika, 69, 33-54.
Regenwetter, M., & Rykhlevskaia, E. (2004). On the (numerical) ranking associated with any finite binary relation. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 48, 239-246.
Regenwetter, M., & Tsetlin, I. (2004). Approval voting and positional voting methods: Inference, relationship, examples. Social Choice and Welfare, 22, 539-566.


Regenwetter, M., Marley, A. A., J., & Grofman, B. (2003). General concepts of value restriction and preference majority. Social Choice and Welfare, 21, 149-173.
Tsetlin, I., & Regenwetter, M. (2003). On the probabilities of correct or incorrect majority preference relations. Social Choice and Welfare, 20, 283-306.
Tsetlin, I., Regenwetter, M., & Grofman, B. (2003). The impartial culture maximizes the probability of majority cycles. Social Choice and Welfare, 21, 387-398.


Doignon, J.-P., & Regenwetter, M. (2002). On the combinatorial structure of the approval-voting polytope. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 46, 554-563.
Regenwetter, M., Adams, J., & Grofman, B. (2002). On the (sample) Condorcet efficiency of majority rule: An alternative view of majority cycles and social homogeneity. Theory and Decision, 53, 153-186.
Regenwetter, M., Grofman, B., & Marley, A. A. J. (2002). On the model dependence of majority preference relations reconstructed from ballot or survey data. Mathematical Social Sciences, 43, 451-466.
Regenwetter, M., Marley, A. A. J., & Grofman, B. (2002). A general concept of majority rule. Mathematical Social Sciences, 43, 405-428.


Regenwetter, M., & Marley, A. A. J. (2001). Random relations, random utilities, and random functions. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 45, 864-912


Doignon, J.-P., Falmagne, J.-C., & Regenwetter, M. (1999). Combinatoric and geometric aspects of some probabilitic choice models - A review. In M. J. Machina & B. Munier (Eds.), Beliefs, interactions, and preferences in decision making (pp. 179-204). Norwell, MA: Kluwer.
Regenwetter, M., Falmagne, J.-C., & Grofman, B. (1999). A stochastic model of preference change and its application to 1992 presidential election panel data. Psychological Review, 106, 362-384.


Regenwetter, M., & Doignon, J.-P. (1998). The choice probabilities of the latent-scale model satisfy the size-independent model when n is small. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 42, 102-106.
Regenwetter, M., & Grofman, B. (1998a). Approval voting, Borda winners, and Condorcet winners: Evidence from seven elections. Management Science, 44, 520-533.
Regenwetter, M., & Grofman, B. (1998b). Choosing subsets: A size-independent probabilistic model and the quest for a social welfare ordering. Social Choice and Welfare, 15, 423-443.
Regenwetter, M., Marley, A. A. J., & Joe, H. (1998). Random utility threshold models of subset choices. Australian Journal of Psychology, 50, 175-185. [pdf file too big to load]


Doignon, J.-P., & Regenwetter, M. (1997). An approval-voting polytope for linear orders. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 41, 171-188.
Falmagne, J.-C., Regenwetter, M., & Grofman, B. (1997). A stochastic model for the evolution of preferences. In A. A. J. Marley (Ed.), Choice, decision, and measurement: Essays in honor of R. Duncan Luce (pp. 111-130). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Regenwetter, M. (1997). Probabilistic preferences and topset voting. Mathematical Social Sciences, 34, 91-105.


Falmagne, J.-C., & Regenwetter, M. (1996). A random utility model for approval voting. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 40, 152-159.
Regenwetter, M. (1996). Random utility representations of finite m-ary relations. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 40, 219-234.

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