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2011 Is there selection bias in laboratory experiments? The case of social and risk preferencesCleave, Blair L. / Nikiforakis, Nikos / Slonim, Robert
2011 Big experimenter is watching you!: Anonymity and prosocial behavior in the laboratoryBarmettler, Franziska / Fehr, Ernst / Zehnder, Christian
2010 Hidden skewnessEnsthaler, Ludwig / Nottmeyer, Olga / Weizsäcker, Georg
2012 Peer effects and social preferences in voluntary cooperationThöni, Christian / Gächter, Simon
2012 Why do people pay for useless advice? Implications of gambler's and hot-hand fallacies in false-expert settingPowdthavee, Nattavudh / Riyanto, Yohanes E.
2013 Self-Selection into Economics Experiments Is Driven by Monetary RewardsAbeler, Johannes / Nosenzo, Daniele
2012 A reason for unreason: Returns-based beliefs in game theoryVelu, Chander / Iyer, Sriya / Gair, Jonathan R.
2011 Did we overestimate the role of social preferences? The case of self-selected student samplesFalk, Armin / Meier, Stephan / Zehnder, Christian
2010 Self selection does not increase other-regarding preferences among adult laboratory subjects, but student subjects may be more self-regarding than adultsAnderson, Jon / Burks, Stephen V. / Carpenter, Jeffrey / Götte, Lorenz / Maurer, Karsten / Nosenzo, Daniele / Potter, Ruth / Rocha, Kim / Rustichini, Aldo
2013 Self-selection into economics experiments is driven by monetary rewardsAbeler, Johannes / Nosenzo, Daniele

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