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Volume 7, issue 2, 2021

JESA in the time of COVID pp. 99-102 Downloads
Maria Bigoni and Dirk Engelmann
Fear of COVID-19 changes economic preferences: evidence from a repeated cross-sectional MTurk survey pp. 103-119 Downloads
Abdelaziz Alsharawy, Sheryl Ball, Alec Smith and Ross Spoon
Viral social media videos can raise pro-social behaviours when an epidemic arises pp. 120-138 Downloads
Yiting Guo, Jason Shachat, Matthew J. Walker and Lijia Wei
Face masks increase compliance with physical distancing recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 139-158 Downloads
Gyula Seres, Anna Helen Balleyer, Nicola Cerutti, Anastasia Danilov, Jana Friedrichsen, Yiming Liu and Müge Süer
The effect of COVID-19-induced mortality salience on delay discounting: a replication pp. 159-166 Downloads
Fatih Sonmez
Running online experiments using web-conferencing software pp. 167-183 Downloads
Jiawei Li, Stephen Leider, Damian Beil and Izak Duenyas
Lab-like findings from online experiments pp. 184-193 Downloads
Irene Maria Buso, Daniela Di Cagno, Lorenzo Ferrari, Vittorio Larocca, Luisa Lorè, Francesca Marazzi, Luca Panaccione and Lorenzo Spadoni
A case study of an experiment during the COVID-19 pandemic: online elicitation of subjective beliefs and economic preferences pp. 194-209 Downloads
Glenn W. Harrison, Andre Hofmeyr, Harold Kincaid, Brian Monroe, Don Ross, Mark Schneider and J. Todd Swarthout
The replication crisis, the rise of new research practices and what it means for experimental economics pp. 210-225 Downloads
Lionel Page, Charles Noussair and Robert Slonim
A Kuhn–Tucker model for behaviour in dictator games pp. 226-243 Downloads
Peter Moffatt and Graciela Zevallos

Volume 7, issue 1, 2021

Are women more generous than men? A meta-analysis pp. 1-18 Downloads
David Bilén, Anna Dreber and Magnus Johannesson
Punishing defectors and rewarding cooperators: Do people discriminate between genders? pp. 19-32 Downloads
Valerio Capraro and Hélène Barcelo
Effects of incentive framing on performance and effort: evidence from a medically framed experiment pp. 33-48 Downloads
Mylène Lagarde and Duane Blaauw
Behavioral types of the dark side: identifying heterogeneous conflict strategies pp. 49-63 Downloads
Friedel Bolle and Jonathan H. W. Tan
Paying with your personal data: the insensitivity of private information provision to asymmetric benefits pp. 64-73 Downloads
Bettina Rockenbach, Abdolkarim Sadrieh and Anne Schielke
Mutual monitoring, approval motivation and fostering cooperation in teams pp. 74-87 Downloads
Jonathan Levy
The effects of language on patience: an experimental replication study of the linguistic-savings hypothesis in Austria pp. 88-97 Downloads
Silvia Angerer, Daniela Glätzle-Rützler, Philipp Lergetporer and Matthias Sutter

Volume 6, issue 2, 2020

Heterogeneous trembles and model selection in the strategy frequency estimation method pp. 113-124 Downloads
James R. Bland
Laboratory experiments can pre-design to address power and selection issues pp. 125-138 Downloads
Weili Ding
Instrumental variables estimation of a simple dynamic model of bidding behavior in private value auctions pp. 139-155 Downloads
John C. Ham and Steven Lehrer
Comparing alternative estimation methods of a public goods game pp. 156-167 Downloads
Danielle Kent
The statistical power of individual-level risk preference estimation pp. 168-188 Downloads
Brian Albert Monroe
Power(ful) guidelines for experimental economists pp. 189-212 Downloads
Kathryn N. Vasilaky and J. Michelle Brock
The framing effect of tax–transfer systems pp. 213-225 Downloads
Tai-Sen He
Hot versus cold behavior in centipede games pp. 226-238 Downloads
Bernardo García-Pola, Nagore Iriberri and Jaromír Kovářík

Volume 6, issue 1, 2020

Framing effects in the prisoner’s dilemma but not in the dictator game pp. 1-12 Downloads
Sebastian Goerg, David Rand and Gari Walkowitz
Pronoun drop and prosocial behavior: experimental evidence from Japan pp. 13-25 Downloads
Tai-Sen He, Yohanes Riyanto, Saori C. Tanaka and Katsunori Yamada
The intuitive cooperation hypothesis revisited: a meta-analytic examination of effect size and between-study heterogeneity pp. 26-42 Downloads
Amanda Kvarven, Eirik Strømland, Conny Wollbrant, David Andersson, Magnus Johannesson, Gustav Tinghög, Daniel Västfjäll and Kristian Ove R. Myrseth
I care what you think: social image concerns and the strategic revelation of past pro-social behavior pp. 43-56 Downloads
Ferdinand von Siemens
Do negative economic shocks affect cognitive function, adherence to social norms and loss aversion? pp. 57-67 Downloads
Francesco Bogliacino and Felipe Montealegre
Facilitating efficient coordination in large groups: small incentive payments in nested groups pp. 68-76 Downloads
Yohei Mitani and Kohei Suzuki
On the effect of anchoring on valuations when the anchor is transparently uninformative pp. 77-94 Downloads
Konstantinos Ioannidis, Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof
LIONESS Lab: a free web-based platform for conducting interactive experiments online pp. 95-111 Downloads
Marcus Giamattei, Kyanoush Seyed Yahosseini, Simon Gächter and Lucas Molleman

Volume 5, issue 2, 2019

Editors’ Preface: Trends in experimental economics (1975–2018) pp. 143-148 Downloads
Nikos Nikiforakis and Robert Slonim
The digit ratio (2D:4D) and economic preferences: no robust associations in a sample of 330 women pp. 149-169 Downloads
Elle Parslow, Eva Ranehill, Niklas Zethraeus, Liselott Blomberg, Bo Schoultz, Angelica Lindén Hirschberg, Magnus Johannesson and Anna Dreber
Mental accounts and the marginal propensity to give pp. 170-181 Downloads
David Clingingsmith
Expectations do not affect punishment pp. 182-196 Downloads
Lucas Coffman
Design-features of bubble-prone experimental asset markets with a constant FV pp. 197-209 Downloads
Christoph Huber, Parampreet C. Bindra and Daniel Kleinlercher
Testing effects of loss framing and checklists: evidence from a field experiment on wellness program participation in Philadelphia pp. 210-222 Downloads
Syon Bhanot, Christina A. Roberto, Anjali Chainani, Charles Williamson and Mehra den Braven
Trust and kinship: experimental evidence from rural India pp. 223-237 Downloads
Identifying discrete behavioural types: a re-analysis of public goods game contributions by hierarchical clustering pp. 238-254 Downloads
Francesco Fallucchi, R. Andrew Luccasen and Theodore Turocy
True lies pp. 255-268 Downloads
David Hugh-Jones

Volume 5, issue 1, 2019

Choice-Process Data in Experimental Economics pp. 1-13 Downloads
David Cooper, Ian Krajbich and Charles Noussair
Does exposure to alternative decision rules change gaze patterns and behavioral strategies in games? pp. 14-25 Downloads
Joshua Zonca, Giorgio Coricelli and Luca Polonio
Eye-tracking and economic theories of choice under risk pp. 26-37 Downloads
Glenn W. Harrison and J. Todd Swarthout
Skin conductance responses in anticipation of gains and losses pp. 38-50 Downloads
Patrick Ring and Ulrich Schmidt
Additional deliberation reduces pessimism: evidence from the double-response method pp. 51-64 Downloads
Katarzyna Gawryluk and Michal Krawczyk
Using response times to measure ability on a cognitive task pp. 65-75 Downloads
Aleksandr Alekseev
Do people exploit risk–reward structures to simplify information processing in risky choice? pp. 76-94 Downloads
Christina Leuker, Thorsten Pachur, Ralph Hertwig and Timothy J. Pleskac
Correction to: Do people exploit risk–reward structures to simplify information processing in risky choice? pp. 95-96 Downloads
Christina Leuker, Thorsten Pachur, Ralph Hertwig and Timothy J. Pleskac
Estimating the dynamic role of attention via random utility pp. 97-111 Downloads
Stephanie M. Smith, Ian Krajbich and Ryan Webb
When the eyes say buy: visual fixations during hypothetical consumer choice improve prediction of actual purchases pp. 112-122 Downloads
Taisuke Imai, Min Jeong Kang and Colin F. Camerer
Understanding decision processes in guessing games: a protocol analysis approach pp. 123-135 Downloads
C. Monica Capra
$$\mu$$ μ Cap: connecting FaceReader™ to z-Tree pp. 136-141 Downloads
Leonard Doyle and David Schindler
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