Nicola S. Clayton Professor of Comparative Cognition Department of Psychology University of Cambridge Ways of Thinking: From Crows to Children and Back Again Click here for more information!
Eugen Dimant Associate Professor of Practice in Behavioral & Decision Sciences University of Pennsylvania Strategic Behavior with Tight, Loose and Polarized Norms Descriptive norms – the behavior of other individuals in one’s reference group – play a key role in shaping individual decisions. When characterizing the behavior of others, a standard approach in […]
Daniel Herrera Burge Lab University of Pennsylvania Title and abstract forthcoming A pizza lunch will be served. Please bring your own beverage.
We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, contact us: email@example.com Tomáš Jagelka Institute for Applied Microeconomics University of Bonn Accounting for Individual-Specific Reliability of Self-Assessed Measures of Economic Preferences and Personality Traits Measures based on self-assessments, which are increasingly important in empirical economic research, are plagued by measurement error. […]