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Jason A. Aimone
Jason A. Aimone
Baylor Universty
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What you don’t know won’t hurt you: A laboratory analysis of betrayal aversion
JA Aimone, D Houser
Experimental Economics, 2012
1102012
Neural signatures of betrayal aversion: an fMRI study of trust
JA Aimone, D Houser, B Weber
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1782), 20132127, 2014
1002014
Endogenous group formation via unproductive costs
JA Aimone, LR Iannaccone, MD Makowsky, J Rubin
Review of Economic Studies 80 (4), 1215-1236, 2013
852013
Beneficial betrayal aversion
JA Aimone, D Houser
PloS one 6 (3), e17725, 2011
512011
Harnessing the Benefits of Betrayal Aversion
JA Aimone, D Houser
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 89, 1-8, 2013
492013
The betrayal aversion elicitation task: An individual level betrayal aversion measure
J Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
PloS one 10 (9), e0137491, 2015
30*2015
Valuation in major depression is intact and stable in a non-learning environment
D Chung, K Kadlec, JA Aimone, K McCurry, B King-Casas, PH Chiu
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
282017
High Stakes Behavior with Low Payoffs: Inducing Preferences with Holt-Laury Gambles
J Dickhaut, D Houser, JA Aimone, D Tila, CA Johnson
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2013
17*2013
It’s not what you see but how you see it: Using eye-tracking to study the risky decision-making process.
JA Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 9 (3-4), 137, 2016
132016
Hidden costs of control under aligned monetary incentives
JA Aimone, L Butera
Available at SSRN 2624085, 2016
112016
Altruistic punishment in elections
JA Aimone, L Butera, T Stratmann
European Journal of Political Economy 53, 149-160, 2018
9*2018
‘Nudging’risky decision-making: The causal influence of information order
JA Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
Economics Letters 149, 161-163, 2016
82016
ANXIETY, RISK PREFERENCES, BETRAYAL AVERSION, AND THE GROWTH OF INTERPERSONAL TRUST1
JA Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
8*
The aspirational income hypothesis: On the limits of the relative income hypothesis
EL Khalil, JA Aimone, D Houser, S Wang, D Martinez, K Qian
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 182, 229-247, 2021
72021
Priming the jury by asking for Donations: An empirical and experimental study
JA Aimone, C North, L Rentschler
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 160, 158-167, 2019
62019
Vaccine hesitancy and betrayal aversion
A Alsharawy, E Dwibedi, J Aimone, S Ball
Annals of biomedical engineering, 1-11, 2022
32022
The effect of gender on tolerance of type 1 and type 2 error in judicial decisions
S Hudja, J Ralston, S Wang, JA Aimone, L Rentschler, CM North
Available at SSRN 3915049, 2021
22021
Blameable and imperfect: A study of risk-taking and accountability
JA Aimone, X Pan
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 172, 196-216, 2020
22020
Dishonest behavior: Sin big or go home
JA Aimone, B Ward, JE West
Economics Letters 186, 108779, 2020
22020
The Economics of Betrayal Aversion
JA Aimone
George Mason University, 2011
22011
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