Journal of Economic Psychology 1996 - Abstracts

Journal of Economic Psychology 1996
Adaptation level and 'animal spirits.' (unemployment levels)Psychology and mental healthMiddleton, Elliott
An additional violation of transitivity and independence between alternatives.Psychology and mental healthLi, Shu
Budget allocation as a measure of potential demand.Psychology and mental healthCermak, Gregory W.
Buying and selling exchange goods: loss aversion and the endowment effect.Psychology and mental healthDijk, Eric van, Knippenberg, Daan van
Construing economic and political reality.Psychology and mental healthTheodoulou, Stella
Cross-cultural differences in materialism.Psychology and mental healthBelk, Russell W., Ger, Guliz
Determination of first movers in sequential bargaining games: an experimental study.Psychology and mental healthSonnegard, Joakim
Discourses of savings. (consumer's perception of risk and anxiety affects saving behavior)Psychology and mental healthLunt, Peter
Discrimination, social psychology, and hysteresis in labor markets.Psychology and mental healthElmslie, Bruce, Sedo, Stanley
Does the degree of relative risk aversion vary with household characteristics? (study using Swedish cross-sectional information taken from over 7,000 1985 income tax returns)Psychology and mental healthPalsson, Anne-Marie
Economic stress and psychological well-being: an economic psychology framework.Psychology and mental healthMacFayden, Alan J., MacFayden, Heather Wood, Prince, Nancy J.
Expectations and fairness in a modified ultimatum game.Psychology and mental healthSuleiman, Ramzi
Expectations, perceived performance, and customer satisfaction for a complex service: the case of bank loans.Psychology and mental healthJohnson, Michael D., Fornell, Claes, Nader, Georg
Financial management, coping and debt in households under financial strain.Psychology and mental healthWalker, Catherine M.
Household saving behaviour and financial management. (proposals for the improvement and development of saving behavior and financial management studies)Psychology and mental healthWahlund, Richard, Groenland, Edward A.G.
Lay people's cognitive models of the economy. (based on a survey of Australian citizens)Psychology and mental healthWearing, Alexander J., Williamson, Maureen R.
Level of self-concepts in education unemployed young men in India: an empirical analysis.Psychology and mental healthSingh, Lal Bahadur, Singh, Arun Kumar, Rani, Asha
Listening: a narrative approach to everyday understandings and behavior.Psychology and mental healthCallahan, Charlene, Elliot, Catherine S.
Mental discounting and financial strategies.Psychology and mental healthGunnarsson, Jonas, Wahlund, Richard
More than risk reduction: the investment appeal of insurance.Psychology and mental healthConnor, Robert A.
One person - many players? On Bjorn Frank's 'The use of internal games: the case of addiction.' (response to article by Bjorn Frank in this issue, p. 651)Psychology and mental healthGuth, Werner, Kliemt, Hartmut
On the value of incumbency: managerial reference points and loss aversion.Psychology and mental healthFershtman, Chaim
Pay differentials as a function of rater's sex, money ethic and job incumbent's sex: a test of the Matthew effect.Psychology and mental healthTang, Thomas Li-Ping
Pay status hierarchy and organizational attachment.Psychology and mental healthSchaubroeck, John
Preferences for distributing goods in times of shortage.Psychology and mental healthKemp, Simon
Prototypicality and structure of the saving concept for consumers.Psychology and mental healthGroenland, E.A.G., Bloem, J.G., Kuylen, A.A.A.
Remembering the price of wool. (subjective memory in relation to the past prices of wool)Psychology and mental healthKemp, Simon, Willetts, Karyn
Respect, admiration, aggrandizement: Adam Smith as economic psychologist.Psychology and mental healthKhalil, Elias L.
Rethinking the relationship between economics and psychology.(Commentary)Psychology and mental healthLunt, Peter
Risk attitudes and risky behavior. (risk-taking and risk attitude are contingent on finances)Psychology and mental healthWarneryd, Karl-Erik
Social exchange in the labor market: reciprocity and trust versus egoistic money maximization.Psychology and mental healthFehr, Ernst, Kirchler, Erich, Evans, Robert
Subjective metaphysics and learning from experience: the causal psychology of rational choice.Psychology and mental healthSacco, Pier Luigi
Tax knowledge and attitudes towards taxation; a report on a quasi-experiment.Psychology and mental healthEriksen, Knut, Fallan, Lars
The dynamic process tracing approach: towards the development of a new methodology for the analysis of complex consumer behaviours.Psychology and mental healthGroenland, E.A.G., Bloem, J.G., Kuylen, A.A.A.
The impact of labor force history on self-esteem and its component parts, anxiety, alienation and depression.Psychology and mental healthGoldsmith, Arthur H., Veum, Jonathan R., Darity, William, Jr.
The influence of portfolio characteristics and investment period on investment choice.Psychology and mental healthAnderson, Barry F., Settle, John W.
The ultimatum game and non-selfish utility functions.Psychology and mental healthTompkinson, Paul, Bethwaite, Judy
The use of internal games: the case of addiction.Psychology and mental healthFrank, Bjorn
Varieties of money: experts' and non-experts' typicality judgements.Psychology and mental healthLotto, Lorella, Rumiati, Rino
'Wallbanking,' innovativeness and computer attitudes: 25-40-year-old ATM-users on the spot.(automated teller machines)Psychology and mental healthPepermans, Roland, Verleye, Gino, Van Cappellen, Sarah
What's money worth? Determinants of the subjective value of money.Psychology and mental healthBrandstatter, Hermann, Brandstatter, Eduard
Why people vote: experimental evidence.Psychology and mental healthSonnemans, Joep, Schram, Arthur
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