Mental Accounting


Mental accounting, also known as “two-pocket” theory, is a behavioral bias that occurs when people put their money into separate categories, separating them into different mental accounts, based on, say, the source of the money, or the intent of the account.


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Structural Analysis:

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Proposed Algorithms:

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Positive Detection:

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False-positive Detection:

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Certainty Mapping:

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Successful Algorithms:

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