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Measuring the Prevalence of Questionable Research Practices With Incentives for Truth Telling
Cases of clear scientific misconduct have received significant media attention recently, but less flagrantly questionable research practices may be more prevalent and, ultimately, more damaging to… Expand
Financial incentive-based approaches for weight loss: a randomized trial.
- K. Volpp, L. John, A. Troxel, L. Norton, Jennifer E. Fassbender, George Loewenstein
- 10 December 2008
CONTEXT Identifying effective obesity treatment is both a clinical challenge and a public health priority due to the health consequences of obesity. OBJECTIVE To determine whether common decision… Expand
What Is Privacy Worth?
Understanding the value that individuals assign to the protection of their personal data is of great importance for business, law, and public policy. We use a field experiment informed by behavioral… Expand
Financial Incentives for Extended Weight Loss: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
- L. John, George Loewenstein, A. Troxel, L. Norton, Jennifer E. Fassbender, K. Volpp
- Journal of General Internal Medicine
- 20 January 2011
ABSTRACTBACKGROUNDPrevious efforts to use incentives for weight loss have resulted in substantial weight regain after 16 weeks.OBJECTIVETo evaluate a longer term weight loss intervention using… Expand
Strangers on a Plane: Context-Dependent Willingness to Divulge Sensitive Information
In four experiments, we seek to understand consumer decisions to reveal or withhold information and the relationship between such decisions and objective hazards posed by information revelation. Expand
The Impact of Relative Standards on the Propensity to Disclose
Two sets of studies illustrate the comparative nature of disclosure behavior. The first set investigates how divulgence is affected by signals about others' readiness to divulge and shows a “herding”… Expand
Financial incentives for exercise adherence in adults: systematic review and meta-analysis.
- M. Mitchell, J. Goodman, +4 authors G. Faulkner
- American journal of preventive medicine
- 1 November 2013
CONTEXT Less than 5% of U.S. adults accumulate the required dose of exercise to maintain health. Behavioral economics has stimulated renewed interest in economic-based, population-level health… Expand
Financial Incentive-Based Approaches for Weight Loss
New strategies are neededtohelpreducetherateofobesityintheUS population.Although many variables contrib-ute to the increase in obesity preva-lence in the United States, behavioraleconomics has… Expand
Does “Liking” Lead to Loving? The Impact of Joining a Brand's Social Network on Marketing Outcomes
Does “liking” a brand on Facebook cause a person to view it more favorably? Or is “liking” simply a symptom of being fond of a brand? The authors disentangle these possibilities and find evidence for… Expand