J Economic Psych


Journal of Economic Psychology, 96



Streakiness is not a theory: On “momentums” (hot hands) and their underlying mechanisms
Elia Morgulev [Google Scholar]

Effectiveness of random payment in Experiments: A meta-Analysis of dictator games
Hamza Umer [Google Scholar]

No mood effects in the field: The case of car inspections
Margaret Samahita, Håkan J. Holm [Google Scholar]

Social media charity campaigns and pro-social behaviour. Evidence from the Ice Bucket Challenge
Andrea Fazio, Tommaso Reggiani, Francesco Scervini [Google Scholar]

Special issue

Biological foundations of economic decision making. Edited by: Kim Fairley, Helena Fornwagner and Aysu Okbay

The association between saving disposition and financial distress: A genetically informed approach
Alexandros Giannelis, Emily A. Willoughby, Robin Corley, Christian Hopfer, John K. Hewitt, William G. Iacono, Jacob Anderson, Aldo Rustichini, Scott I. Vrieze, Matt McGue, James J. Lee [Google Scholar]

Sex hormones and choice under risk
Burkhard C. Schipper [Google Scholar]

Endocrine state is the physical manifestation of subjective beliefs
Trenton G. Smith [Google Scholar]

‘Born this Way’? Prenatal exposure to testosterone may determine behavior in competition and conflict
Pablo Brañas-Garza, Subhasish M. Chowdhury, Antonio M. Espín, Jeroen Nieboer [Google Scholar]

Special issue

Strategic Behavior and Bargaining Process. Edited by: Gary E. Bolton and Emin Karagözoğlu

Undervaluation versus unaffordability as negotiation tactics: Evidence from a field experiment
Haimanti Bhattacharya, Subhasish Dugar [Google Scholar]

The timing of communication and retaliation in bargaining: An experimental study
Andrzej Baranski, Nicholas Haas [Google Scholar]

Special issues

Cognition and economic behavior. Edited by: Johannes Lohse, Rima-Maria Rahal, Andis Sofianos, Michael Schulte-Mecklenbeck and Conny Wollbrant

Conditionality of adaptiveness: Investigating the relationship between numeracy and adaptive behavior
Supratik Mondal, Jakub Traczyk [Google Scholar]

Predicting serial position effects and judgment errors in retrospective evaluations from memory recall
Janina A. Hoffmann, Ann-Katrin Hosch [Google Scholar]