was big but inconsequential, at least in the short term.
will not systematically misestimate
the pain caused by imprisonment as
Thus, in this study, loss-averse individuals are more likely to misestimate
in the direction of lower debt.
Gustman and Steinmeier (2004, 102) concluded that "models of retirement and saving that assume perfect foresight and planning are likely to misestimate
the key parameters that supposedly drive retirement and saving behavior.
Some machines can have trouble distinguishing true obstructive apneic events and central sleep apnea - apneic episodes despite an open airway - and misestimate
the apnea-hypopnea index.
Ebiquity always take a 'bottom up' approach to understanding the role of marketing and media; this ensures a causative relationship is established, rather than the more questionable correlative effect of a top-down longitudinal approach which can misattribute key effects and misestimate
the true impact of advertising.
Therefore, traditional methods of decomposition are likely to misestimate
the contribution of industries to real GDP growth and labour productivity growth (see Jorgenson and Stiroh, 2000; Stiroh, 2002; Faruqui etal.
First, investors may systematically misestimate
the likelihood of various outcomes.
Risk assessment used to be a task of IT personnel who lacked the understanding of the relative value of data and consequently misestimate
the consequences of data loss, unavailability or disclosure.
However, we have found that people cannot feel it just by trying out a device, rather, some might even misestimate
it when experiencing the images in an improper fashion," Iwata said.
By implication, studies that fail to consider both types of problems may misestimate
their relative importance in sexual development.
the possibility that one might misestimate
the benefits, the costs, or both) militate in favor of requiring, before regulation, that the benefits exceed the costs by some significant amount (i.