Belief Formation & Biases in Beliefs

I'm trying to keep an up-to-date list of the most recent papers on beliefs, with a link to the open source pdf when possible.

If you see a paper missing from this list, please email it to me at alice.solda@ugent.be.

Note: The title of a paper published version may differ from the title of its most recent open access version.

2022

Amelio, A. (2022). Cognitive Uncertainty and Overconfidence. NEW!

Aoyagi, M., Fréchette, G. R., & Yuksel, S. (2022). Beliefs in repeated games. UPDATE!

Briscese, G., Grignani, M., & Stapleton, S. (2022). Living and perceiving a crisis: how the pandemic influenced Americans' preferences and beliefs.

Chopra, F., Haaland, I., & Roth, C. (2022). The Demand for News: Accuracy Concerns Versus Belief Confirmation Motives.

Danz, David and Vesterlund, Lise and Wilson, Alistair J (2022) Belief Elicitation and Behavioral Incentive Compatibility. American Economic Review. NEW!

Dickinson, D. L. (2022). Political ideology, mood response, and the confirmation bias.

Drobner, C. (2022). Motivated beliefs and anticipation of uncertainty resolution. American Economic Review: Insights, 4(1), 89-105. UPDATE!

Eble, A., & Hu, F. (2022). Gendered beliefs about mathematics ability transmit across generations through children’s peers. Nature Human Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-022-01331-9.

Exley, C. L., Hauser, O. P., Moore, M., & Pezzuto, J. H. (2022). Beliefs about gender differences in social preferences. NEW!

Epperson, R. (2022). Do Beliefs about Lobbying Affect Pro-environmental Behavior? Experimental Evidence.

Friedman, E., & Ward, J. (2022). Stochastic Choice and Noisy Beliefs in Games: an Experiment. UPDATE!

Fuster, A., & Zafar, B. (2022). Survey Experiments on Economic Expectations.

Gangadharan, L., Grossman, P. J., & Xue, N. (2022). Identifying self-image concerns from motivated beliefs: Does it matter how and whom you ask.

Golman, R. (2022). Acceptable discourse: Social norms of beliefs and opinions. NEW!

González-Jiménez, V. (2022). Social status and motivated beliefs. Journal of Public Economics, 211, 104662. NEW!

Hajdu, Gergely and Krusper, Balázs (2022). How Does Choice Affect Beliefs? NEW!

Harrison, G. W., Hofmeyr, A., Kincaid, H., Monroe, B., Ross, D., Schneider, M., & Swarthout, J. T. (2022). Subjective beliefs and economic preferences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experimental economics, 1-29. NEW!

Jäger, S., Roth, C., Roussille, N., & Schoefer, B. (2022). Worker beliefs about outside options. NEW!

Little, A. T., Brundage, M., & You, S. S. (2022). Selection Neglect and Political Beliefs. NEW!

Lustenhouwer, J., & Salle, I. (2022). Forecast revisions in the presence of news: a lab investigation. NEW!

Momsen, K., & Schneider, S. O. (2022). Motivated Reasoning, Information Avoidance, and Default Bias.

Schwardmann, P., Tripodi, E., & van der Weele, J. (2022). Self-Persuasion: Evidence from Field Experiments at Two International Debating Competitions. American Economics Review. (forthecoming). UPDATE!

Tsakas, E. (2022). Belief identification with state-dependent utilities. NEW!

Zappalà, G. (2022). Drought exposure and accuracy: Motivated reasoning in climate change beliefs.

2021

Ahrens, S., Bosch-Rosa, C., & Kassner, B. (2021). Overconfidence and the Political and Financial Behavior of a Representative Sample.

Baeriswyl, R., My, K. B., & Cornand, C. (2021). Double overreaction in beauty contests with information acquisition: Theory and experiment. Journal of Monetary Economics, 118, 432-445.

Bago, B., Rand, D. W., & Pennycook, G. (2021). Reasoning about climate change.

Bago, B., Rosenzweig, L., Berinsky, A., & Rand, D. W. (2021). Emotion may predict susceptibility to fake news but emotion regulation does not help.

Bandiera, O., Parekh, N., Petrongolo, B. & Rao, M. (2021). Men are from Mars, and women too: A bayesian meta-analysis of overconfidence experiments.

Boneva, T., Buser, T., Falk, A., & Kosse, F. (2021). The Origins of Gender Differences in Competitiveness and Earnings Expectations: Causal Evidence from a Mentoring Intervention.

Boneva, T., Kaufmann, K., & Rauh, C. (2021). Maternal labor supply: Perceived returns, constraints, and social norms.

Bosch-Rosa, C., Gietl, D., & Heinemann, F. (2019). Risk-taking under limited liability: Quantifying the role of motivated beliefs.

Bruner, D., Cox, C., McEvoy, D. M., & Stoddard, B. (2021). Strategic thinking in contests. Experimental Economics, 1-32. NEW!

Bui, D., Hayo, B., Nghiem, G., & Dräger, L. (2021). Consumer Sentiment during the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Role of Others' Beliefs.

Burfurd, I., & Wilkening, T. (2021). Cognitive heterogeneity and complex belief elicitation. Experimental economics, 1-36.

Cheng, J. T., Anderson, C., Tenney, E. R., Brion, S., Moore, D. A., & Logg, J. M. (2021). The social transmission of overconfidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 150(1), 157. NEW!

Coffman, K. B., Araya, P. U., & Zafar, B. (2021). A (Dynamic) Investigation of Stereotypes, Belief-Updating, and Behavior.

Coltheart, M., & Davies, M. (2021). How unexpected observations lead to new beliefs: A Peircean pathway. Consciousness and Cognition, 87, 103037.

Cookson, J. A., Engelberg, J., & Mullins, W. (2021). Echo chambers.

Drobner, C., & Goerg, S. J. (2021). Motivated belief updating and rationalization of information.

Epperson, R., & Gerster, A. (2021). Information Avoidance and Moral Behavior: Experimental Evidence from Food Choices.

Erkal, N., Gangadharan, L., & Koh, B. H. (2021). Gender biases and performance evaluation: Do outcomes matter more than intentions?

Faia, E., Fuster, A., Pezone, V., & Zafar, B. (2021). Biases in Information Selection and Processing: Survey Evidence from the Pandemic.

Foerster, M., & van der Weele, J. J. (2021). Casting doubt: Image concerns and the communication of social impact. The Economic Journal.

Friedman, E. (2021). Stochastic Equilibria: Noise in Actions or Beliefs? American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. (forthcoming).

Furtado, D., Papps, K. L., & Theodoropoulos, N. (2021). Who Goes on Disability when Times are Tough? The Role of Work Norms among Immigrants. European Economic Review, 103983.

Gangadharan, L., Grossman, P. J., & Xue, N. (2021). Identifying self-image concerns from motivated beliefs: Does it matter how and whom you ask?

Gavrilets, S. (2021). Coevolution of actions, personal norms, and beliefs about others in social dilemmas.

Goeree, J. K., & Louis, P. (2021). M Equilibrium: A theory of beliefs and choices in games. American Economic Review.

Guarino, P., & Tsakas, E. (2021). Common priors under endogenous uncertainty. Journal of Economic Theory, 194, 105254.

Hirshleifer, D., Lourie, B., Ruchti, T. G., & Truong, P. (2021). First Impression Bias: Evidence from Analyst Forecasts. Review of Finance, 25(2), 325-364.

Hirshleifer, D., & Plotkin, J. B. (2021). Moonshots, investment booms, and selection bias in the transmission of cultural traits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(26).

Islam, M. (2021). Motivated Risk Assessments.

Jakobsen, A. M. (2021). Coarse Bayesian Updating.

Kishishita, D., Yamagishi, A., & Matsumoto, T. (2021). Overconfidence, Income-Ability Gap, and Preferences for Income Equality.

Laudenbach, C., Weber, A., & Wohlfart, J. (2021). Beliefs About the Stock Market and Investment Choices: Evidence from a Field Experiment.

Masatlioglu, Y., Orhun, A. Y., & Raymond, C. (2021). Intrinsic information preferences and skewness.

Molnar, A., Chaudhry, S., & Loewenstein, G. (2021). 'It's Not About the Money. It's About Sending a Message!': Unpacking the Components of Revenge. It's About Sending a Message.

Moy, N., Chan, H. F., Mathmann, F., Schaffner, M., & Torgler, B. (2021). Confidence is good; too much, not so much: Exploring the effects on reward-based crowdfunding success.

Mueller, M. (2021). Experimental Evidence on Selective Memory of Big LifeDecisions using 10 Years of Panel Survey Data.

Mueller, A. I., Spinnewijn, J., & Topa, G. (2021). Job Seekers' Perceptions and Employment Prospects: Heterogeneity, Duration Dependence, and Bias. American Economic Review, 111(1), 324-63.

Novak, V., Matveenko, A., & Ravaioli, S. (2021). The Status Quo and Belief Polarization of Inattentive Agents: Theory and Experiment.

Orhun, A. Y., Cohn, A., & Raymond, C. (2021). Motivated Optimism and Workplace Risk.

Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2021). The psychology of fake news. Trends in cognitive sciences.

Pompeo, M., & Serdarevic, N. (2021). Is information enough? The case of Republicans and climate change. The case of Republicans and climate change.

Santos-Pinto, L. (2021). Are Overconfident Players More Likely to Win Tournaments and Contests?

Santos Pinto, L., & Colzani, P. (2021). Does Overconfidence Lead to Bargaining Failures?

Schwartzstein, J., & Sunderam, A. (2021). Using models to persuade. American Economic Review, 111(1), 276-323.

Reshidi, P., Lizzeri, A., Yariv, L., Chan, J. H., & Suen, W. (2021). Individual and collective information acquisition: An experimental study.

Roel, M., & Staab, M. (2021). The benefits of being misinformed.

Thaler, M. (2021). The Supply of Motivated Beliefs.

Thaler. M (2021). Overinference from Weak Signals, Underinference from Strong Signals, and the Psychophysics of Interpreting Information.

Tsakas, E. (2021). Identification of misreported beliefs.

Tsakas, E., Tsakas, N., & Xefteris, D. (2021). Resisting persuasion. Economic Theory, 1-20.

Valero, V. (2021). Redistribution and beliefs about the source of income inequality. Experimental Economics, 1-26. NEW!

Zimpelmann, C. (2021). Stock Market Beliefs and Portfolio Choice in the General Population.

2020

Akesson, J., Ashworth-Hayes, S., Hahn, R., Metcalfe, R. D., & Rasooly, I. (2020). Fatalism, Beliefs, and Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Alnamlah, M., & Gravert, C. (2020). She Could Not Agree More: The Role of Failure Attribution in Shaping the Gender Gap in Competition Persistence.

Altay, S., de Araujo, E., & Mercier, H. (2020). “If this account is true, it is most enormously wonderful”: Interestingness-if-true and the sharing of true and false news.

Altay, S., & Mercier, H. (2020). Happy Thoughts: The Role of Communion in Accepting and Sharing Epistemically Suspect Beliefs.

Alysandratos, T., Boukouras, A., Georganas, S., & Maniadis, Z. (2020). The Expert and The Charlatan: an Experimental Study in Economic Advice.

Andreozzi, L., Ploner, M., & Saral, A. S. (2020). The stability of conditional cooperation: beliefs alone cannot explain the decline of cooperation in social dilemmas. Scientific reports, 10(1), 1-10.

Aoyagi, M., Fréchette, G. R., & Yuksel, S. (2020). Beliefs in Repeated Games.

Arts, S., Ong, Q., & Qiu, J. (2020). Measuring subjective decision confidence.

Augias, V., & Barreto, D. (2020). Wishful Thinking: Persuasion and Polarization.

Bago, B., Rand, D. G., & Pennycook, G. (2020). Fake news, fast and slow: Deliberation reduces belief in false (but not true) news headlines. Journal of experimental psychology: general.

Banerjee, R., Gupta, N. D., & Villeval, M. C. (2020). Feedback spillovers across tasks, self-confidence and competitiveness. Games and Economic Behavior, 123, 127-170.

Barron, K. (2020). Belief updating: does the ‘good-news, bad-news’ asymmetry extend to purely financial domains?. Experimental Economics, 1-28.

Barron, K., Ditlmann, R., Gehrig, S., & Schweighofer-Kodritsch, S. (2020). Explicit and implicit belief-based gender discrimination: A hiring experiment.

Barron, K., & Gravert, C. (2020). Confidence and career choices: An experiment.

Bartik, A. W., Bertrand, M., Cullen, Z., Glaeser, E. L., Luca, M., & Stanton, C. (2020). The impact of COVID-19 on small business outcomes and expectations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(30), 17656-17666.

Belfield, C., Boneva, T., Rauh, C., & Shaw, J. (2020). What drives enrolment gaps in further education? the role of beliefs in sequential schooling decisions. Economica, 87(346), 490-529.

Bhalotra, S. R., Delavande, A., Gilabert, P., & Maselko, J. (2020). Maternal investments in children: the role of expected effort and returns.

Bicchieri, C., Dimant, E., & Sonderegger, S. (2020). It's Not a Lie If You Believe the Norm Does Not Apply: Conditional Norm-Following with Strategic Beliefs.

Biroli, P., Boneva, T., Raja, A., & Rauh, C. (2020). Parental beliefs about returns to child health investments. Journal of Econometrics.

Bosch-Rosa, C., & Meissner, T. (2020). The one player guessing game: a diagnosis on the relationship between equilibrium play, beliefs, and best responses. Experimental Economics, 1-19.

Boto-Garcìa, D., Bucciol, A., & Zarri, L. (2020). Managerial Beliefs and Firm Performance: Field Evidence from Professional Elite Soccer.

Branas-Garza, P., Mesa-Vázquez, E., & Rivera-Garrido, N. (2020). Gender differences in overplacement in familiar and unfamiliar tasks: Far more similarities.

Buchanan, J. A. (2020). My reference point, not yours. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 171, 297-311.

Buser, T., Grimalda, G., Putterman, L., & van der Weele, J. (2020). Overconfidence and gender gaps in redistributive preferences: Cross-Country experimental evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 178, 267-286.

Butera, L., Metcalfe, R., Morrison, W., & Taubinsky, D. (2020). Measuring the Welfare Effects of Shame and Pride.

Carlson, R. W., Maréchal, M. A., Oud, B., Fehr, E., & Crockett, M. J. (2020). Motivated misremembering of selfish decisions. Nature Communications, 11(1), 1-11.

Castagnetti, A., & Schmacker, R. (2020). Protecting the Ego: Motivated Information Selection and Updating.

Chen, S., & Heese, C. (2020). Motivated Information Acquisition in Social Decisions.

Chew, S. H., Huang, W., & Zhao, X. (2020). Motivated false memory.

Ciancio, A., Delavande, A., Kohler, H. P., & Kohler, I. V. (2020). Mortality risk information, survival expectations and sexual behaviors.

Ciani, E., Delavande, A., Etheridge, B., & Francesconi, M. (2020). Policy Uncertainty and Information Flows: Evidence from Pension Reform Expectations.

Coffman, K. B., Exley, C. L., & Niederle, M. (2020). The Role of Beliefs in Driving Gender Discrimination.

Connors, M. H., & Halligan, P. W. (2020). Delusions and theories of belief. Consciousness and Cognition, 81, 102935.

Cookson, J. A., Engelberg, J. E., & Mullins, W. (2020). Does partisanship shape investor beliefs? Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Review of Asset Pricing Studies, 10(4), 863-893.

Coutts, A., Gerhards, L., & Murad, Z. (2020). What to blame? Self-serving attribution bias with multi-dimensional uncertainty.

Crosetto, P., Filippin, A., Katuščák, P., & Smith, J. (2020). Central tendency bias in belief elicitation. Journal of Economic Psychology, 102273.

da Silveira, R. A., Sung, Y., & Woodford, M. (2020). Optimally Imprecise Memory and Biased Forecasts.

de Clippel, G., & Zhang, X. (2020). Non-bayesian persuasion.

Delavande, A., Del Bono, E., & Holford, A. (2020). Academic and non-academic investments at university: The role of expectations, preferences and constraints. Journal of Econometrics.

Delavande, A., Ganguli, J., & Mengel, F. (2020). Uncertainty Attitudes, Subjective Expectations and Decisions under Uncertainty.

Dimant, E. (2020). Hate trumps love: The impact of political polarization on social preferences.

Dimant, E., van Kleef, G. A., & Shalvi, S. (2020). Requiem for a nudge: Framing effects in nudging honesty. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 172, 247-266.

Enke, B., Gneezy, U., Hall, B. J., Martin, D., Nelidov, V., Offerman, T., & de Ven, J. V. (2020). Cognitive Biases: Mistakes or Missing Stakes?.

Enke, B., Schwerter, F., & Zimmermann, F. (2020). Associative memory and belief formation.

Erkal, N., Gangadharan, L., & Koh, B. H. (2020). Replication: Belief elicitation with quadratic and binarized scoring rules. Journal of Economic Psychology, 81, 102315.

Espinosa, R., & Stoop, J. (2020). Do People Really Want to Be Informed? Ex-ante Evaluations of Information-Campaign Effectiveness.

Espinosa, R., & Treich, N. (2020). Moderate vs. Radical NGOs. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.

Esponda, I., Vespa, E., & Yuksel, S. (2020). Mental Models and Learning: The Case of Base-Rate Neglect.

Esteban-Casanelles, T., & Gonçalves, D. (2020). The effect of incentives on choices and beliefs in games: An experiment.

Fan, Y., Orhun, A. Y., & Turjeman, D. (2020). Heterogeneous actions, beliefs, constraints and risk tolerance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fehr, D., & Vollmann, M. (2020). Misperceiving Economic Success: Experimental Evidence on Meritocratic Beliefs and Inequality Acceptance.

Friehe, T., & Pannenberg, M. (2020). Time Preferences and Overconfident Beliefs: Evidence from Germany. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 101651.

Galeotti, F., Saucet, C., & Villeval, M. C. (2020). Unethical amnesia responds more to instrumental than to hedonic motives. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(41), 25423-25428.

Ging-Jehli, N. R., Schneider, F. H., & Weber, R. A. (2020). On self-serving strategic beliefs. Games and Economic Behavior.

Gneezy, U., Saccardo, S., Serra-Garcia, M., & van Veldhuizen, R. (2020). Bribing the self. Games and Economic Behavior, 120, 311-324.

Goette, L., Han, H. J., & Leung, B. T. K. (2020). Information overload and confirmation bias.

Gonçalves, D. (2020). Sequential sampling and equilibrium. Working Paper.

Haaland, I., Roth, C., & Wohlfart, J. (2020). Designing information provision experiments.

Heller, Y., & Winter, E. (2020). Biased-belief equilibrium. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 12(2), 1-40.

Hestermann, N., Le Yaouanq, Y., & Treich, N. (2020). An economic model of the meat paradox. European Economic Review, 129, 103569.

Hillenbrand, A., & Verrina, E. (2020). The differential effect of narratives on prosocial behavior.

Hirshleifer, D. (2020). Presidential address: Social transmission bias in economics and finance. The Journal of Finance, 75(4), 1779-1831.

Hoffman, M., & Burks, S. V. (2020). Worker overconfidence: Field evidence and implications for employee turnover and firm profits. Quantitative Economics, 11(1), 315-348.

Kovacs, R. J., Lagarde, M., & Cairns, J. (2020). Overconfident health workers provide lower quality healthcare. Journal of Economic Psychology, 76, 102213.

Leung, B. T. K. (2020). Learning in a Small/Big World.

Leung, B. T. K. (2020). Limited cognitive ability and selective information processing. Games and Economic Behavior, 120, 345-369.

Lobeck, M. (2020). Motivating Beliefs in a Just World.

Martel, C., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2020). Reliance on emotion promotes belief in fake news. Cognitive research: principles and implications, 5(1), 1-20.

Molnar, A., & Loewenstein, G. (2020). The False and the Furious: People are more disturbed by others' false beliefs than by differences in beliefs.

Oprea, R., & Yuksel, S. (2020). Social Exchange of Motivated Beliefs.

Pace, D., & van der Weele, J. (2020). Curbing Carbon: An Experiment on Uncertainty and Information about CO2 emissions.

Pennycook, G., Cheyne, J. A., Koehler, D. J., & Fugelsang, J. A. (2020). On the belief that beliefs should change according to evidence: Implications for conspiratorial, moral, paranormal, political, religious, and science beliefs. Judgment and Decision Making, 15(4), 476.

Rieger, M. O., Wang, M., & Hausmann, D. (2020). Pre-Decisional Information Acquisition: Do We Pay TooMuch for Information?

Saccardo, S., & Serra-Garcia, M. (2020). Cognitive Flexibility or Moral Commitment? Evidence of Anticipated Belief Distortion.

Samad, Z. (2020). Self-Deception: Adopting False Beliefs for a Favorable Self-View.

Samad, Z. (2020). Sytematically Skewed Beliefs.

Santos-Pinto, L., & de la Rosa, L. E. (2020). Overconfidence in Labor Markets. Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics, 1-42.

Tappin, B. M., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2020). Bayesian or biased? Analytic thinking and political belief updating. Cognition, 204, 104375.

Tappin, B. M., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2020). Thinking clearly about causal inferences of politically motivated reasoning: Why paradigmatic study designs often undermine causal inference. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 34, 81-87.

Tappin, B. M., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2020). Rethinking the link between cognitive sophistication and politically motivated reasoning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Thaler, M (2020). Do People Engage in Motivated Reasoning to Think the World Is a Good Place for Others?

Thaler, M (2020). Gender Differences in Motivated Reasoning.

Thaler, M. (2020). The “Fake News” Effect: Experimentally Identifying Motivated Reasoning Using Trust in News.

Tsakas, E. (2020). Robust scoring rules. Theoretical Economics, 15(3), 955-987.

Williams, D. (2020). Motivated ignorance, rationality, and democratic politics. Synthese, 1-21.

Williams, D. (2020). Socially adaptive belief. Mind & Language.

Zimmermann, F. (2020). The dynamics of motivated beliefs. American Economic Review, 110(2), 337-61.

2019

Ahrens, S., & Bosch-Rosa, C. (2019). The Motivated Beliefs of Investors Under Limited Liability.

Attanasio, O., Boneva, T., & Rauh, C. (2019). Parental beliefs about returns to different types of investments in school children. Forthcoming at Journal of Human Resources.

Barron, K., Huck, S., & Jehiel, P. (2019). Everyday econometricians: Selection neglect and overoptimism when learning from others.

Benjamin, D. J. (2019). Errors in probabilistic reasoning and judgment biases. In Handbook of Behavioral Economics: Applications and Foundations 1 (Vol. 2, pp. 69-186). North-Holland.

Bordalo, P., Coffman, K., Gennaioli, N., Schwerter, F., & Shleifer, A. (2019). Memory and representativeness.

Bosch-Rosa, C., Gietl, D., & Heinemann, F. (2019). Risk-Taking under Limited Liability: Quantifying the Role of Motivated Beliefs.

Brilon, S., Grassi, S., Grieder, M., & Schulz, J. (2019). Strategic Competition and Self-Confidence.

Bronstein, M. V., Pennycook, G., Bear, A., Rand, D. G., & Cannon, T. D. (2019). Belief in fake news is associated with delusionality, dogmatism, religious fundamentalism, and reduced analytic thinking. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 8(1), 108-117.

Cacault, M. P., & Grieder, M. (2019). How group identification distorts beliefs. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 164, 63-76.

Carhart-Harris, R. L., & Friston, K. J. (2019). REBUS and the anarchic brain: toward a unified model of the brain action of psychedelics. Pharmacological reviews, 71(3), 316-344.

Chen, S., & Schildberg-Hörisch, H. (2019). Looking at the bright side: The motivational value of confidence. European Economic Review, 120, 103302.

Coutts, A. (2019). Good news and bad news are still news: Experimental evidence on belief updating. Experimental Economics, 22(2), 369-395.

Coutts, A. (2019). Testing models of belief bias: An experiment. Games and Economic Behavior, 113, 549-565.

Dasaratha, K., Golub, B., & Hak, N. (2019). Learning from Neighbors About a Changing State.

Delavande, A., & Zafar, B. (2019). University choice: The role of expected earnings, nonpecuniary outcomes, and financial constraints. Journal of Political Economy, 127(5), 2343-2393.

Dhami, S., Wei, M., & al-Nowaihi, A. (2019). Public goods games and psychological utility: Theory and evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 167, 361-390.

Engelmann, J., Lebreton, M., Schwardmann, P., van der Weele, J. J., & Chang, L. A. (2019). Anticipatory anxiety and wishful thinking.

Enke, B., & Graeber, T. (2019). Cognitive uncertainty.

Enke, B., & Zimmermann, F. (2019). Correlation neglect in belief formation. The Review of Economic Studies, 86(1), 313-332.

Erkal, N., Gangadharan, L., & Koh, B. H. (2019). By Chance or By Choice? Biased Attribution of Others' Outcomes.

Exley, C. L., & Kessler, J. B. (2019). Motivated errors.

Gödker, K., Jiao, P., & Smeets, P. (2019). Investor memory.

Han, B., Hirshleifer, D., & Walden, J. (2019). Visibility bias in the transmission of consumption beliefs and undersaving.

Hartzmark, S. M., Hirshman, S., & Imas, A. (2019). Ownership, Learning, and Beliefs.

Heidhues, P., Kőszegi, B., & Strack, P. (2019). Overconfidence and prejudice.

Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R. M., & Walkowitz, G. (2019). Designing feedback in voluntary contribution games: the role of transparency. Experimental Economics, 22(2), 552-576.

Le Yaouanq, Y., & Schwardmann, P. (2019). Learning about one's self.

McPhetres, J., & Pennycook, G. (2019). Science beliefs, political ideology, and cognitive sophistication.

Mercier, H., Majima, Y., Claidière, N., & Léone, J. (2019). Obstacles to the spread of unintuitive beliefs. Evolutionary Human Sciences, 1.

Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2019). Lazy, not biased: Susceptibility to partisan fake news is better explained by lack of reasoning than by motivated reasoning. Cognition, 188, 39-50.

Saucet, C., & Villeval, M. C. (2019). Motivated memory in dictator games. Games and Economic Behavior, 117, 250-275.

Schwardmann, P., & Van der Weele, J. (2019). Deception and self-deception. Nature human behaviour, 3(10), 1055-1061.

Serra-Garcia, M., & Szech, N. (2019). The (in)elasticity of moral ignorance.

Shalvi, S., Soraperra, I., van der Weele, J. J., & Villeval, M. C. (2019). Shooting the Messenger? Supply and Demand in Markets for Willful Ignorance.

Soldà, A., Ke, C., Page, L., & Von Hippel, W. (2019). Strategically delusional. Experimental Economics, 1-28.

Tsakas, E. (2019). Obvious belief elicitation. Games and Economic Behavior, 118, 374-381.

Vitanova, I. (2019). Nurturing overconfidence: The relationship between leader power, overconfidence and firm performance. The Leadership Quarterly, 101342.

2018

Ambuehl, S., & Li, S. (2018). Belief updating and the demand for information. Games and Economic Behavior, 109, 21-39.

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