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Schmalhofer, Franz and Albert, Dietrich and Aschenbrenner, K.Michael and Gertzen, Heiner (1986) Process traces in binary choices: Evidence for adaptive and selective decision heuristics. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 38, pp. 59-76.

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Birk, A. and Schmalhofer, Franz and Thüring, M. and Gertzen, Heiner (1993) Architecture and user-interface of the IDEAS intelligent documentation system. In: Schuler, Wolfgang and Hannemann, Jörg, (eds.) Workshop on Methodological Issues on the Design of Hypertext-Based User Interfaces: Darmstadt, Germany, July 13 - 14, 1993 / GMD-IPSI. GMD-IPSI, Darmstadt.

Gertzen, Heiner and Schmalhofer, Franz (1987) Auswirkungen von gleichzeitiger oder sequentieller Darbietung am Bildschirm auf Entscheidungen. In: Schönpflug , Wolfgang and Wittstock, Marion, (eds.) Software-Ergonomie '87, nützen Informationssysteme dem Benutzer? Berichte des German Chapter of the ACM: Tagung ... des German Chapter of the ACM, 29; 1987,2. Teubner, Stuttgart, pp. 187-196. ISBN 3-519-02670-8.

Gertzen, Heiner and Schmalhofer, Franz (1986) Cognitive choice processes for sequentially or simultaneously presented alternatives. In: Scholz, Roland W., (ed.) Current issues in West German decision research. Psychologie des Entscheidungsverhaltens und des Konfliktes , 4. Lang, Frankfurt am Main, pp. 79-94. ISBN 3-8204-9734-X.

Schmalhofer, Franz and Gertzen, Heiner (1986) Judgment as a component decision process for choosing between sequentially available alternatives. In: Brehmer, Berndt and Jungermann, Helmut and Lourens, Peter and Sevon, Guje, (eds.) New directions in research on decision making. North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 139-150. ISBN 0-444-70002-1.

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