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The mechanism is truthful, why aren't you?
A Hassidim, D Marciano, A Romm, RI Shorrer
American Economic Review 107 (5), 220-24, 2017
672017
Gender bias in academia: A lifetime problem that needs solutions
A Llorens, A Tzovara, L Bellier, I Bhaya-Grossman, A Bidet-Caulet, ...
Neuron 109 (13), 2047-2074, 2021
362021
Threat of racial and economic inequality increases preference for algorithm decision-making
YE Bigman, KC Yam, D Marciano, SJ Reynolds, K Gray
Computers in Human Behavior 122, 106859, 2021
152021
Alternative outcomes create biased expectations regarding the received outcome: Evidence from event-related potentials
D Marciano, S Bentin, LY Deouell
Neuropsychologia 113, 126-139, 2018
92018
The Alternative Omen Effect: Illusory negative correlation between the outcomes of choice options
D Marciano-Romm, A Romm, S Bourgeois-Gironde, LY Deouell
Cognition 146, 324-338, 2016
52016
Limited resources or limited luck? Why people perceive an illusory negative correlation between the outcomes of choice options despite unequivocal evidence for independence
D Marciano, E Krispin, S Bourgeois-Gironde, LY Deouell
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (5), 573, 2019
12019
To share or not to share? iEEG evidence for state-dependent inequity encoding in the human OFC
D Marciano, BR Staveland, J Lin, I Saez, M Hsu, RT Knight
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
Encoding and decoding analysis of music perception using intracranial EEG
L Bellier, A Llorens, D Marciano, G Schalk, P Brunner, RT Knight, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
Nudging Parents to Improve Children's Oral Health: A Field Study
D Marciano, A Tikotsky, MK Orenstein, H Goldberg, Y Vered
Social Policy Institute at Washington University in St. Louis, 2021
2021
Groups, Group Members and Individuals: Choices and Impulses in Repeated Risky Decisions
E Hart, D Marciano, E Winter
Maurice Falk Institute for Economic Research in Israel. Discussion paper …, 2017
2017
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