Serge Blondel

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In rational addiction theory, higher discount rates encourage drug use. We test this hypothesis in the general framework of rationality and behaviour under risk. We do so using an experimental design with real monetary incentives. The decisions of 34 drug addicts are compared with those of a control group. The decisions of drug users (DU) are not any less(More)
Cognitive dissonance or cognitive consistency theory, as we understand it, does not presume irrational behavior although it is inconsistent with normative rationality. Previous discussions have overlooked that cognitive dissonance implied dynamic uncertainty. Once this dimension of choice is restored, it becomes obvious why normative rationality does not(More)
R. Arnold, C. Augier, J.D. Baker † , A.S. Barabash, A. Basharina-Freshville, S. Blondel, S. Blot, M. Bongrand, V. Brudanin, J. Busto, A.J. Caffrey, C. Cerna, A. Chapon, E. Chauveau, D. Duchesneau, D. Durand, V. Egorov, G. Eurin, 5 J.J. Evans, R. Flack, X. Garrido, H. Gómez, B. Guillon, P. Guzowski, R. Hodák, P. Hubert, C. Hugon, S. Jullian, A. Klimenko, O.(More)
R. Arnold, C. Augier, J.D. Baker, ∗ A.S. Barabash, A. Basharina-Freshville, S. Blondel, S. Blot, M. Bongrand, V. Brudanin, 8 J. Busto, A.J. Caffrey, S. Calvez, M. Cascella, C. Cerna, J.P. Cesar, A. Chapon, E. Chauveau, A. Chopra, D. Duchesneau, D. Durand, V. Egorov, G. Eurin, 5 J.J. Evans, L. Fajt, D. Filosofov, R. Flack, X. Garrido, H. Gómez, B. Guillon,(More)
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