reference point

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In the second scenario the reference point was experimentally manipulated.
The constant-abundance reference point implemented with the model of Klinck et al.
Different reference point theories or goal programs are obtained by raising the distances between the coordinates of the different alternatives and those of the reference point to a power in the following way:
Another integral part to the prospect theory is that of the reference point, relative to which the outcomes are coded (Kahneman & Tversky, 1979) as gains or losses.
For example, many consumers feel that the Daily Values are dietary advice, not reference points.
Both ends will be level, but you may have to raise or lower them simultaneously until the water line aligns with the reference point.
Reference Point, representing the all-conquering Henry Cecil-Steve Cauthen partnership, stood clear at the top of the Classic generation after a solid victory in the Derby a month earlier.
Two different methods under the name of MOORA, namely a Ratio System and a Reference Point Approach, will try to make optimal the content of the table.
LEFKOSA, Jan 26, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Cypriot president said on Tuesday that problems were faced in intensified talks as the leaders had not started from a certain reference point while discussing the solution of the Cyprus problem.
Most writers and coaches teach that the most important reference point is your anchor.
Its obvious reference point is the deaths of her father, Johnny Cash, her mother, Vivian Liberto, and her stepmother June Carter Cash in the last couple of years.
If placed outside a door, Chocflex works as an absolute reference point to a specific location.
When a new cutting tool is installed, it is measured automatically relative to a reference point in order to provide precise and constant engraving depth.
But she does more than depict down-home scenes; she finds lessons in these bucolic moments, and each of the items, particularly cotton, become a metaphor, a touchstone, "an ever-ready reference point to delineate the distinctions between then and now, between mind-numbing labor and the possibility of moving to a different level of existence.
We propose that individuals evaluating cars with a quality ratings below a reference point behave in a risk seeking manner and therefore underprice used cars compared to expected risk neutral pricing, and similarly they become risk-averse and overprice cars with comparatively high quality.
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