Left-digit effect in stimulus-based and memory-based evaluations

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Description: We propose that the left-digit bias is stronger in stimulus-based price evaluations, wherein people see the focal price and the reference price side by side, and weaker in memory-based price evaluations, wherein people have to retrieve at least one price from memory. Five experiments test this proposition.

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