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Judgment and Decision Making by Baruch Fischhoff

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INFORMED CONSENT FOR ELICITING ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES

Baruch Fischhoff

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND DECISION SCIENCES AND DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC POLICY, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15213–3890

Abstract

Agreeing to participate in a study eliciting environmental values means agreeing to abide by the commitment implied by any proposal that one accepts or rejects in it. That might mean anything from addressing the gist of an issue to expressing an explicit willingness to pay for an environmental change. By soliciting such participation, investigators promise to provide the information that participants need in order to evaluate the proposals being presented. This paper proposes a standard for providing such information ...

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