Subjective Expected Utilities Theory

Subjective expected utilities (SEU) theory is one of the oldest attempts to explain how people make decisions. The theory is based on the intuitively simple proposition that people make decisions to maximize positive outcomes and minimize negative ones. Persuasion theory pursues ...

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