J Econ Psych


Journal of Economic Psychology, 87



Unemployment and general cognitive ability: A review and meta-analysis
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Strategic interactions between humans and artificial intelligence: Lessons from experiments with computer players
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When the cost has sunk: Measuring and comparing the sunk-cost bias in autistic and neurotypical persons
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Non-exclusive group contests: An experimental analysis
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Information search, coherence effects, and their interplay in legal decision making
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Reservation price uncertainty: Loss, virtue, or emotional heterogeneity?
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Cognitive abilities, self-efficacy, and financial behavior
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Modelling reference dependence for repeated choices: A horse race between models of normalisation
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Cooperation between newcomers and incumbents: The role of normative disagreements
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Employee reactions to positive action policies in the United Kingdom: Does the organization’s justification matter?
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Do buyers and sellers evaluate air pollution reduction Differently? experimental evidence from China
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Promoting financial literacy among the elderly: Consequences on confidence
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What are you calling intuitive? Subject heterogeneity as a driver of response times in an impunity game
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Image concerns in pledges to give blood: Evidence from a field experiment
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The performance advantage of traveling
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Students’ preference for grading rules: The role of ratio bias
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Indeed “We Are All Behavioral Economists Now!”.
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Effects of urbanization on trust: Evidence from an experiment in the field
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Discounting from a distance: The effect of pronoun drop on intertemporal decisions
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