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Proposition 2 : For the two alternative routes , R1 and R2 ,

person with the psychological cost we assumed will always prefer R2 to Rı if b + c

> a . Proof of the result is

Proposition 2 : For the two alternative routes , R1 and R2 ,

**given**in Figure 3 , aperson with the psychological cost we assumed will always prefer R2 to Rı if b + c

> a . Proof of the result is

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always preferred to R1 . Proof of Proposition 3

we have the following G ( . ) functions stated in terms of the relevant parameters .

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**given**assumption b + c > a , we have dz ( R2 ) < ds ( R1 ) Vx , and hence R2 isalways preferred to R1 . Proof of Proposition 3

**Given**the two routes of Figure 4 ,we have the following G ( . ) functions stated in terms of the relevant parameters .

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