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Mind & Society: Cognitive Studies in Economics and Social Sciences

2000 - 2023

Current editor(s): Riccardo Viale

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Volume 22, issue 1, 2023

Responsible consumption choices and individual values: an algebraic interactive approach pp. 1-32 Downloads
Syed Sibghatullah Shah and Tariq Shah
Bounded rationality: from fast and frugal heuristics to logic programming and back pp. 33-51 Downloads
Francisco Vargas, Laura Martignon and Keith Stenning
The better toolbox: experimental methodology in economics and psychology pp. 53-66 Downloads
Daniela Cagno, Werner Güth and Giacomo Sillari
Epistemic justice and experiential self pp. 67-85 Downloads
V. Hari Narayanan
Consciousness and investment efficacy: the mediating role of mindfulness pp. 87-101 Downloads
Rupali Misra, Sumita Srivastava and D. K. Banwet
Psychological motivations for collectivist behavior: comparison between Japan and the U.S pp. 103-128 Downloads
Shinichi Hirota, Kiyotaka Nakashima and Yoshiro Tsutsui
Public financial management indicators for emergency response challenges and quality of well-being in OECD countries pp. 129-158 Downloads
Faris Alshubiri, Mohamed Elheddad and Abdelrahman Alfar
RETRACTED ARTICLE: The impact of advertising on social processes pp. 159-159 Downloads
Olga Pavlovskaya, Daria Kurenova, Gulsina Murtazina and Olga Kolosova
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Going native: Prospects of native advertising development in the ASEAN and BRICS countries pp. 161-161 Downloads
Larissa Noda, Olga Kolosova, Natalia Levoshich and Еlena Zatsarinnaya

Volume 21, issue 2, 2022

Scope of heuristics and digitalization: the case of marketing automation pp. 151-164 Downloads
Simone Guercini
Mental footnotes in Socialism: the current social validity of the concept of bourgeoisie from the Marx’s and Engels’ “Manifesto of the communist party” pp. 165-182 Downloads
Jose L. Vilchez
Learning with insufficient data: a multi-armed bandit perspective on covid-19 interventions pp. 183-193 Downloads
Jean Czerlinski Whitmore Ortega

Volume 21, issue 1, 2022

Multi-player electoral engineering and COVID-19 in the polish presidential elections in 2020 pp. 1-8 Downloads
Jarosław Flis and Marek Kaminski
Addressing threats like Covid: why we will tend to over-react and how we can do better pp. 9-23 Downloads
Mark Pingle
Monty Hall three door ’anomaly’ revisited: a note on deferment in an extensive form game pp. 25-35 Downloads
Philipp E. Otto
Social robots and digital well-being: how to design future artificial agents pp. 37-50 Downloads
Matthew J. Dennis
The perception of doability and how is it measured pp. 51-62 Downloads
Ryszard Praszkier and Agata Zabłocka
Animal vs. human rationality-cum-conceptuality: a philosophical perspective on developmental psychology pp. 63-88 Downloads
Yakir Levin and Itzhak Aharon
Do self-talk phrases affect behavior in ultimatum games? pp. 89-119 Downloads
Vincenz Frey, Hannah N. M. Mulder, Marlijn Bekke, Marijn E. Struiksma, Jos J. A. Berkum and Vincent Buskens
A role-game laboratory experiment on the influence of country prospects reports on investment decisions in two artificial organizational settings pp. 121-149 Downloads
Marco Castellani, Linda Alengoz, Niccolò Casnici and Flaminio Squazzoni

Volume 20, issue 2, 2021

Tempest in a teacup: pandemic resilience in a Canadian small town pp. 171-174 Downloads
Warren Thorngate
Some reflections about diverse responses to the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 175-179 Downloads
Hersh Shefrin
Building up financial literacy and financial resilience pp. 181-187 Downloads
Annamaria Lusardi, Andrea Hasler and Paul J. Yakoboski
Covid-19: equal response and unequal interests pp. 189-193 Downloads
Hartmut Kliemt
Opening up is not showing up: human volition after the pandemic pp. 195-199 Downloads
Daniel Bromley
Covid-19 crisis in the Netherlands: “Only together we can control Corona” pp. 201-207 Downloads
Gerrit Antonides and Eveline Leeuwen
Plastics and the coronavirus pandemic: a behavioral science perspective pp. 209-213 Downloads
Fadi Makki, Anna Lamb and Rouba Moukaddem
The adaptive moral challenge of COVID-19 pp. 215-219 Downloads
Lindsay J. Thompson
On Kantian tendencies during the early corona pandemic in Germany pp. 221-227 Downloads
Markus A. Feufel, Christine Schmid and Viola Westfal
Coronavirus in Ireland: one behavioural scientist’s view pp. 229-233 Downloads
Pete Lunn
Biowarfare conspiracy, faith in government, and compliance with safety guidelines during COVID-19: an international study pp. 235-251 Downloads
Olga Khokhlova, Nishtha Lamba, Aditi Bhatia and Marina Vinogradova
Economic behavior and behavioral economics at times of COVID-19 pandemic pp. 253-260 Downloads
Doron Kliger
How did the U.S. stock market recover from the Covid-19 contagion? pp. 261-263 Downloads
Shyam Sunder

Volume 20, issue 1, 2021

The relevance of anger, anxiety, gender and race in investment decisions pp. 1-21 Downloads
Daniel M. V. Bernaola, Gizelle D. Willows and Darron West
Correction to: The relevance of anger, anxiety, gender and race in investment decisions pp. 23-23 Downloads
Daniel M. V. Bernaola, Gizelle D. Willows and Darron West
Sensing the self in spiritual experience pp. 25-40 Downloads
V. Hari Narayanan
A theory of sexual revolution: explaining the collapse of the norm of premarital abstinence pp. 41-58 Downloads
Chien Liu
Reasonable bounds on rationality pp. 59-67 Downloads
Igor Grossmann and Richard P. Eibach
A small step towards unification of economics and physics pp. 69-84 Downloads
Subhendu Bhattacharyya
Imitation, conscious will and social conditioning pp. 85-102 Downloads
Daniel Rueda Garrido
Rationality and fatalism: meanings and labels in pre-revolutionary Russia pp. 103-105 Downloads
Daniel Bromley
Can affordances save civilisation? pp. 107-110 Downloads
Darryl Penney
Ten expert views on the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 111-112 Downloads
Christian Wankmüller, Stefan Rass and Friederike Wall
Individual and community resilience in natural disaster risks and pandemics (covid-19): risk and crisis communication pp. 113-118 Downloads
Panagiotis V. Katsikopoulos
All policies are wrong, but some are useful—and which ones do no harm? pp. 119-122 Downloads
Mario Brito, Maxwell Chipulu, Ian G. Dawson, Yaniv Hanoch and Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos
Words, numbers, warnings, tips, but still low risk perception pp. 123-127 Downloads
Laura Macchi
Judging the quality of (fake) news on the internet pp. 129-133 Downloads
Stefan Rass
On the dynamics emerging from pandemics and infodemics pp. 135-141 Downloads
Stephan Leitner
Democratic societies defeat (COVID-19) disasters by boosting shared knowledge pp. 143-147 Downloads
Laura Martignon, Shabnam Mousavi and Joachim Engel
The epistemic uncertainty of COVID-19: failures and successes of heuristics in clinical decision-making pp. 149-154 Downloads
Riccardo Viale
“Trust me, I’m your neighbour” How to improve epidemic risk containment through community trust pp. 155-158 Downloads
Silvia Felletti
Compliance to “Unpleasant” actions of crisis management: some remarks from a management control perspective pp. 159-164 Downloads
Friederike Wall
European disaster management in response to the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 165-170 Downloads
Christian Wankmüller
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