We provide a variety of services for behavioral research studies on business-related topics (e.g., the cognitions and behavior in small groups and in larger organizational contexts): participant pools, an online experiment management system, payment procedures, software, and experiment rooms with research tools and technologies (e.g., computers and video recording equipment). Study participants have direct exposure to the social science process and opportunities to help develop and learn from the research studies.
M. Jung, L. Nelson, A. Gneezy, U. Gneezy. Paying More When Paying for Others. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2014, forthcoming.
L. J. Kray, J. A. Kennedy, A. B. Van Zant. Not Competent Enough to Know the Difference? Gender stereotypes about women's ease of being misled predict negotiator deception. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, forthcoming, available online 7-14-2014, ISSN 0749-5978.
C. Critcher, Y. Inbar, D. Pizarro. How Quick Decisions Illuminate Moral Character. Social Psychological and Personality Science, May 2013, 4(3) 308-315.
C. Critcher, D. Dunning. Predicting Persons' Versus a Person's Goodness: Behavioral Forecasts Diverge for Individuals Versus Populations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2013, 104(1), 28-44.
S. Brion, C. Anderson. The loss of power: How illusions of alliance contribute to powerholders' downfall. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, May 2013, 121(1), 129-139
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