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Number of items: 11.

26 April 2007

Novarese, Marco and Lanteri, Alessandro (2007): Individual learning: theory formation, and feedback in a complex task.

31 January 2009

Novarese, Marco (2009): Is bounded rationality a capacity, enabling learning?

March 2009

Novarese, Marco (2009): Past success and present overconfidence.

31 October 2009

Novarese, Marco and Castellani, Marco and Di Giovinazzo, Viviana (2009): Procedural Rationality and Happiness. Forthcoming in: Journal of Socio Economics

2010

Novarese, Marco and Lanteri, Alessandro and Tibaldeschi, Cesare (2010): Learning, Generalization and the Perception of Information: an Experimental Study. Published in: New Essays in Logic and Philosophy of Science, edited by Marcello D'Agostino, Giulio Giorello, Federico Laudisa, Telmo Pievani and Corrado Sinigaglia, College Publications, London (2010)

27 December 2010

Novarese, Marco and Chelini, Chiara and Spada, Anna and Ambrosino, Angela and Trigona, Carla (2010): An experimental investigation on learning and context effects.

20 February 2013

Novarese, Marco and Di Giovinazzo, Viviana (2013): Solerzia e successo accademico.

June 2013

Novarese, Marco and Wilson, Chris M. (2013): Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice.

September 2013

Novarese, Marco and Di Giovinazzo, Viviana (2013): Promptness and Academic Performance.

September 2017

Faralla, Valeria and Novarese, Marco and Ardizzone, Antonella (2017): Framing Effects in Intertemporal Choice: A Nudge Experiment. Published in: Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics , Vol. 2017, No. 71 : pp. 13-25.

23 April 2019

Harris, Mark and Novarese, Marco and Wilson, Chris (2019): Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on the Causes of Position Effects in Individual Choice.

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