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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
626 Hanan Shteingart, Tal Neiman, Yonatan Loewenstein The Role of First Impression in Operant Learning (09/2012)

We quantified the effect of first experience on behavior in operant learning and studied its...

123 Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Maya Bar-Hillel, Yoram Bilu, Gaby Shefler Seek and Ye Shall Find: Test Results Are What You Hypothesize They Are (11/1996) Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 11 (1998), 235-249

Expert clinicians were given batteries of psychodiagnostic test results (Rorshach, TAT, Drow-A-...

681 Bezalel Peleg, Peter Sudholter On Bargaining Sets of Convex NTU Games (04/2015) IGTR's Volume 17, Issue 4, Pages 1-7.

We show that the Aumann-Davis-Maschler bargaining set and the Mas-Colell bargaining set of a non...

228 Robert Samuel Simon The Common Prior Assumption in Belief Spaces: An Example (12/2000)

With four persons there is an example of a probability space where 1) the space is generated by...

637 Sergiu Hart, Noam Nisan The Menu-Size Complexity of Auctions (04/2013)

We consider the menu size of auctions as a measure of auction complexity and study how it...

691 Moshe Haviv, Binyamin Oz Regulating an observable M/M/1 queue (09/2015)

Naor (1969) was the first to observe that in a single-server memoryless queue, customers who...

600 Yakov Babichenko Best-Reply Dynamics in Large Anonymous Games (03/2012)

We consider small-influence anonymous games with a large number of players $n$ where every...

648 Sergiu Hart, Andreu Mas-Colell Markets, Correlation, and Regret-Matching (09/2013)

Inspired by the existing work on correlated equilibria and regret-based dynamics in games, we...

662 Todd R. Kaplan, Shmuel Zamir Advances in Auctions (03/2014) This paper is a chapter in the forthcoming Handbook of Game Theory, Volume 4, edited by Peyton Young and Shmuel Zamir, Elsevier (2014).

As a selling mechanism, auctions have acquired a central position in the free market econ-omy...

288 Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Maya Bar-Hillel , Mordechai Kremnitzer Trial by Polygraph: Reconsidering the Use of the Guilty Knowledge Technique in Court (05/2002) Law and Human Behavior 26 (2002) 527-541

Polygraph test results are by and large ruled inadmissible evidence in criminal courts in the US...

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