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Tigran Melkonyan
University of Warwick
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    The Paradox of Social Interaction: Shared Intentionality, We-Reasoning, and Virtual Bargaining.Nick Chater, Hossam Zeitoun & Tigran A. Melkonyan - forthcoming - Psychological Review.
    Social interaction is both ubiquitous and central to understanding human behavior. Such interactions depend, we argue, on shared intentionality: the parties must form a common understanding of an ambiguous interaction. Yet how can shared intentionality arise? Many well-known accounts of social cognition, including those involving “mind-reading,” typically fall into circularity and/or regress. For example, A’s beliefs and behavior may depend on her prediction of B’s beliefs and behavior, but B’s beliefs and behavior depend in turn on her prediction of A’s (...)
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    Unwritten Rules: Virtual Bargaining Underpins Social Interaction, Culture, and Society.Jennifer B. Misyak, Tigran Melkonyan, Hossam Zeitoun & Nick Chater - 2014 - Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18 (10):512-519.
  3. Ambiguity, Pessimism, and Rational Religious Choice.Tigran Melkonyan & Mark Pingle - 2010 - Theory and Decision 69 (3):417-438.
    Using a subclass of the α-maximin expected-utility preference model, in which the decision maker’s degree of ambiguity and degree of pessimism are each parameterized, we present a theory of religious choice in the Pascalian decision theory tradition, one that can resolve dilemmas, address the “many Gods objection,” and address the ambiguity inherent in religious choice. Parameterizing both the degree of ambiguity and the degree of pessimism allows one to examine how the two interact to impact choice, which is useful regardless (...)
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    Eliciting Beliefs.Robert Chambers & Tigran Melkonyan - 2008 - Theory and Decision 65 (4):271-284.
    We develop an algorithm that can be used to approximate a decisionmaker’s beliefs for a class of preference structures that includes, among others, α-maximin expected utility preferences, Choquet expected utility preferences, and, more generally, constant additive preferences. For both exact and statistical approximation, we demonstrate convergence in an appropriate sense to the true belief structure.
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  5. Editorial: Contagious Risks: Perception, Behavior, and Management - Lessons From the COVID-19 Pandemic.Eyal Ert, Tigran Melkonyan & Stefan T. Trautmann - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
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