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Daniel Kahneman
2010
Loss aversion in choice is commonly assumed to arise from the anticipation that losses have a greater effect on feelings than gains, but evidence for this assumption in research on judged feelings is mixed. We argue that loss aversion is present in judged ...
Daniel Kahneman
2010
Dual-system models of reasoning attribute errors of judgment to two failures: the automatic operations of a ‘System 1’ generate a faulty intuition, which the controlled operations of a ‘System 2’ fail to detect and correct. We identify System 1 with the ...
Sir Angus Deaton
Daniel Kahneman
2010
Recent research has begun to distinguish two aspects of subjective well-being. Emotional well-being refers to the emotional quality of an individual's everyday experience—the frequency and intensity of experiences of joy, stress, sadness, anger, and ...
2010
All Academic Does reputation matter in international politics? Policymakers, academic theorists, and quantitative IR scholars believe that it does, but several historical studies have found surprisingly little evidence that leaders’ estimates of opponents ...
Markus Prior
2010
Journal of Politics Some people are more politically interested than others, but political scientists do not know how stable these differences are and why they occur. This paper examines stability in political interest. Eleven different panel surveys ...
Douglas Massey
2010
What do the social categories “Latino” and “American” actually mean to today’s immigrants?  Brokered Boundaries  analyzes how first- and second-generation immigrants from Central and South America and the Caribbean navigate these categories and their ...
Daniel Kahneman
2010
Evidence is presented that measures of subjective well-being vary along a dimension anchored at the two ends by evaluative judgments of life and experienced affect. A debate in recent decades has been focused on whether rising income increases the ...
Daniel Kahneman
2010
A study using the Day Reconstruction Method (DRM) was carried out to examine the determinants of two aspects of well-being: experienced happiness and life satisfaction. Participants were 770 women in Columbus, Ohio and 700 women in Rennes, France. Results ...
Eldar Shafir
2010
Firms spend billions of dollars developing advertising content, yet there is little field evidence on how much or how it affects demand. We analyze a direct mail field experiment in South Africa implemented by a consumer lender that randomized advertising ...
Roland Benabou
2010
Roland Benabou January, 2010 With Jean Tirole; Economica, Vol. 77, Issue 1 Psychology Microeconomics Ethics Social and Behavioral Psychology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0335.2009.00843.x/abstract ...
Daniel Kahneman
2010
Within the classic anchoring paradigm, in which respondents are forced to consider provided numbers as possible responses to a target judgment, Wegener et al. (2008) proposed that cognitive load affects the psychological mechanism by which these anchors ...
Eldar Shafir
2010
Participants made choices after the salience of their social identities was manipulated. Choices assimilated to the salient identity, whether that identity stemmed from a person’s role (e.g., student, family member) or culture (e.g., Chinese, American). ...
Elke Weber
2009
Addressing climate change is arguably one of the most pressing issues facing our planet and its inhabitants. In bio and geophysical terms, climate change is defined as changes over time in the averages and variability of surface temperature, precipitation ...
Eldar Shafir
2006
Monetary transactions in which consumption is temporally separated from purchase naturally lend themselves to multiple frames and to alternative accounting schemes, which nonetheless maintain a modicum of discipline and authenticity. We investigate some ...

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