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|2010 ||Self selection does not increase other-regarding preferences among adult laboratory subjects, but student subjects may be more self-regarding than adults||Anderson, 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 rewards||Abeler, Johannes / Nosenzo, Daniele
|2011 ||Peer effects and social preferences in voluntary cooperation||Thöni, Christian / Gächter, Simon
|2012 ||Self-selection and variations in the laboratory measurement of other-regarding preferences across subject pools: Evidence from one college student and two adult samples||Anderson, Jon / Burks, Stephen V. / Carpenter, Jeffrey / Götte, Lorenz / Maurer, Karsten / Nosenzo, Daniele / Potter, Ruth / Rocha, Kim / Rustichini, Aldo
|2012 ||Behavioral implications of shortlisting procedures||Tyson, Christopher J.
|2014 ||Illness and health satisfaction: The role of relative comparisons||Thiel, Lars
|2009 ||Constructive decision theory||Blume, Lawrence / Easley, David / Halpern, Joseph Y.
|1990 ||The Allocation of Time: Empirical Findings, Behavioural Models, and Problems of Measurement||Juster, F. Thomas / Stafford, Frank P.
|2009 ||Smoking today and stopping tomorrow: a limited foresight perspective||Jehiel, Philippe / Lilico, Andrew
|2013 ||When focal points are out of focus: A game-theoretic analysis of 'Come Dine with Me'||Schüller, David / Upmann, Thorsten