Judgments under uncertainty: evaluations of univocal, ambiguous and conflicting probability information
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People often have to make decisions about problems that not only involve a probability of a risk, but also an uncertainty around this probability. In this paper, uncertainty that arises through a lack of knowledge (i.e. ambiguity) is distinguished from uncertainty that results from conflicting knowledge on the hazard's probability of occurring.