TOC: J Econ Psych


Journal of Economic Psychology, 75

Applications of sports data to study decision making
Edited by L Balafoutas, S.M. Chowdhury, H. Plessner

Applications of sports data to study decision making
Loukas Balafoutas, Subhasish M. Chowdhury, Henning Plessner

Individual contribution in team contests
Antoine Chapsal, Jean-Baptiste Vilain

Friends for (almost) a day: Studying breakaways in cycling races
Thijs Brouwer, Jan Potters

Incentives to lose revisited: The NHL and its tournament incentives
Helena Fornwagner

Task scheduling and performance: Evidence from professional surf tournaments
Gonçalo Pina

There and back again: Adaptation after repeated rule changes of the game
Ho Fai Chan, David A. Savage, Benno Torgler

The lions–foxes dilemma: The case of chess tournaments
Uri Zak, Judith Avrahami, Yaakov Kareev

Correcting for bias in hot hand analysis: An application to youth golf
Christopher S. Cotton, Frank McIntyre, Ardyn Nordstrom, Joseph Price

Is there no ‘I’ in team? Strategic effects in multi-battle team competition
Lu Dong, Lingbo Huang

Does a “comeback” create momentum in overtime? Analysis of NBA tied games
Elia Morgulev, Ofer H. Azar, Michael Bar-Eli

Task difficulty and overconfidence. Evidence from distance running
Michal Krawczyk, Maciej Wilamowski

Outcome bias in subjective ratings of performance: Evidence from the (football) field
Edgar E. Kausel, Santiago Ventura, Arturo Rodríguez

The effects of prior outcomes on managerial risk taking: Evidence from Italian professional soccer
Alessandro Bucciol, Alessio Hu, Luca Zarri

Decision-maker beliefs and the sunk-cost fallacy: Major League Baseball’s final-offer salary arbitration and utilization
Quinn A.W. Keefer

Ignoring millions of Euros: Transfer fees and sunk costs in professional football
Julian Hackinger

Emotional expressions by sports teams: An analysis of World Cup soccer player portraits
Astrid Hopfensitz, Cesar Mantilla

Do victories and losses matter? Effects of football on life satisfaction
Radek Janhuba

Replications in Economic Psychology and Behavioral Economics
Edited by T Schultze, J Huber, M Kirchler, A Mojzisch, .

Replications in economic psychology and behavioral economics
Thomas Schultze, Jürgen Huber, Michael Kirchler, Andreas Mojzisch

On the priming of risk preferences: The role of fear and general affect
Despoina Alempaki, Chris Starmer, Fabio Tufano

Habituation does not rescue depletion: Two tests of the ego-depletion effect
Carlos Alós-Ferrer, Alexander Ritschel, Jaume García-Segarra, Anja Achtziger

The effects of facial attractiveness and trustworthiness in online peer-to-peer markets
Bastian Jaeger, Willem W.A. Sleegers, Anthony M. Evans, Mariëlle Stel, Ilja van Beest

“When your anchor sinks your boat”: A replication and extension study
Cheng-Ming Jiang, Jia-Tao Ma

Dynamic norms drive sustainable consumption: Norm-based nudging helps café customers to avoid disposable to-go-cups
David D. Loschelder, Henrik Siepelmeyer, Daniel Fischer, Julian A. Rubel

Are consumption taxes really disliked more than equivalent costs? Inconclusive results in the USA and no effect in the UK
Jerome Olsen, Christoph Kogler, Mark J. Brandt, Linda Dezso, Erich Kirchler

Overearning – Revisited
Nadine Riedel, Robert Stüber

Understanding the (perverse) effects of disclosing conflicts of interest: A direct replication study
Sunita Sah

Revisiting REVISE: (Re)Testing unique and combined effects of REminding, VIsibility, and SElf-engagement manipulations on cheating behavior
Christoph Schild, Daniel W. Heck, Karolina A. Scigala, Ingo Zettler

Voluntary contributions of time: Time-based incentives in a linear public goods game
Justine Jouxtel

An exercise in self-replication: Replicating Shah, Mullainathan, and Shafir (2012)
Anuj K. Shah, Sendhil Mullainathan, Eldar Shafir

Predicting replication outcomes in the Many Labs 2 study
Eskil Forsell, Domenico Viganola, Thomas Pfeiffer, Johan Almenberg, … Anna Dreber

Preregistration and reproducibility
Eirik Strømland