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Do Variance Aftereffects Distort Risk Perception?

Elise Payzan-LeNestour, Bernard W. Balleine, and Joel Pearson
August 1, 2016
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Conventional economic theory assumes a true and accurate perception of risk. But, due to sensory aftereffects, people wrongly perceive their physical environment. Could a variance aftereffect exist? And, if so, how could it distort risk perception?

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Do Variance Aftereffects Distort Risk Perception?