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Elena Reutskaja
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Search dynamics in consumer choice under time pressure: An eye-tracking study
E Reutskaja, R Nagel, CF Camerer, A Rangel
American Economic Review 101 (2), 900-926, 2011
6812011
Evaluating COVID-19 public health messaging in Italy: Self-reported compliance and growing mental health concerns
S Barari, S Caria, A Davola, P Falco, T Fetzer, S Fiorin, L Hensel, ...
MedRxiv, 2020.03. 27.20042820, 2020
3432020
Satisfaction in choice as a function of the number of alternatives: When “goods satiate”
E Reutskaja, RM Hogarth
Psychology & Marketing 26 (3), 197-203, 2009
3392009
Global Behaviors and Perceptions at the Onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic
TR Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, J Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
1552020
Global behaviors and perceptions in the COVID-19 pandemic
T Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, JM Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko, ...
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2020
1072020
Helping patients choose: how to improve the design of comparative scorecards of hospital quality
B Fasolo, E Reutskaja, A Dixon, T Boyce
Patient education and counseling 78 (3), 344-349, 2010
822010
Perceptions of an insufficient government response at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with lower mental well-being
T Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, J Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko, ...
792020
Global behaviors, perceptions, and the emergence of social norms at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
L Hensel, M Witte, AS Caria, T Fetzer, S Fiorin, FM Götz, M Gomez, ...
Journal of economic behavior & organization 193, 473-496, 2022
722022
Choice overload reduces neural signatures of choice set value in dorsal striatum and anterior cingulate cortex
E Reutskaja, A Lindner, R Nagel, RA Andersen, CF Camerer
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (12), 925-935, 2018
542018
Choosing a high-quality hospital: The role of nudges, scorecard design and information
T Boyce, A Dixon, B Fasolo, E Reutskaja
King’s Fund (London, England), 2010
542010
Cognitive and affective consequences of information and choice overload
R Misuraca, E Reutskaja, B Fasolo, S Iyengar
Routledge Handbook of Bounded Rationality, 625-636, 2020
27*2020
Choice deprivation, choice overload, and satisfaction with choices across six nations
E Reutskaja, NN Cheek, S Iyengar, B Schwartz
Journal of International Marketing 30 (3), 18-34, 2022
192022
Balancing the freedom–security trade-off during crises and disasters
NN Cheek, E Reutskaja, B Schwartz
Perspectives on psychological science 17 (4), 1024-1049, 2022
152022
Measuring worldwide COVID-19 attitudes and beliefs
T Fetzer, M Witte, L Hensel, JM Jachimowicz, J Haushofer, A Ivchenko, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
132020
Choosing a high-quality hospital
T Boyce, A Dixon, B Fasolo, E Reutskaja
The role of nudges, scorecard design and information, 2010
112010
Gestión remota de pacientes: Un estudio sobre las percepciones de pacientes y profesionales en Espańa
E Reutskaja, J Ribera
IESE, Center for Research in Healthcare Innovation Management, 2013
92013
Experiments on the Role of the Number of Alternatives in Choice
E Reutskaja
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2009
92009
Satisfaction in Choice as a Function of the Number of Alternatives: When Goods Satiate But Bads Escalate
E Reutskaja, RM Hogarth
Available at SSRN 1001648, 2005
92005
How much choice is “good enough”?: Moderators of information and choice overload
E Reutskaja, S Iyengar, B Fasolo, R Misuraca
Routledge Handbook of Bounded Rationality, 637-649, 2020
8*2020
8 Behaviours, perceptions and mental wellbeing in high-income and low/middle-income countries at the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic
M Gómez, A Ivchenko, E Reutskaja, P Soto-Mota
Covid-19 in developing economies, 128, 2020
42020
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