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of Chicago Press . Danchev , S. ( 2016 ): Was Bentham a Primitive Rational Choice Theory Predecessor? . European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 23 ( 2 ): 297 – 322 . 10.1080/09672567.2014.916728 Dierksmeier , C. – Pirson , M

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Culture and Evolution
Authors:
Lasse Suonperä Liebst
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Richard Philpot
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Peter Ejbye-Ernst
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Wim Bernasco
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Marie Bruvik Heinskou
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Peter Verbeek
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Mark Levine
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Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard

. Felson , R. ( 1992 ). Predatory and dispute-related violence: A social interactionist approach . In R. Clarke , & M. Felson (Eds.), Routine activities and rational choice: advances in criminological theory (pp. 103 – 125 ). Transaction

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, 2023 ). It can also be structural as in “Visiting children can be tiring”. When translators choose to solve an instance of ambiguation, they derive alternative propositions and then use inference to make rational choices among them using available

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. ‒ Kliemt , H. ( 2011 ): Rational Choice Models in Economic Policy Advice . Jahrbuch für normative und institutionelle Grundfragen der Ökonomik , 10 : 243 ‒ 262

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a research policy problem under a rational choice theory: is it worth joining EU if a country is already benefitting from ERA? In Central-Eastern Europe 10 countries joined EU in 2004 (Poland, Slovak Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech

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dare to say it because she does not look at economic heterodoxy. References Alexandrova , A. ( 2006 ): Connecting Rational Choice Models to the Real World . Philosophy of the Social Sciences , 36 ( 2 ): 173 – 192 . 10.1177/0048393106287210 Apostel

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) Cultural bias, rational choice, and age should be considered. Griffiths et al. (2016) Gaming despite negative consequences Are the negative consequences short-term or long-term? Griffiths et al. (2016) Withdrawal The response to an immediate disruption of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Catherine Tulloch
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Nerilee Hing
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Matthew Browne
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Alex M. T. Russell
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Matthew Rockloff
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Vijay Rawat

where EGMs are located throughout Australia continue to be based on an informed choice model that assumes that almost all consumers will make rational choices about their gambling if they are provided with sufficient information ( Blaszczynski, Ladouceur

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