• Vogt, S., Efferson, C., and Fehr, E. (2017). The risk of female genital cutting in Europe: Comparing immigrant attitudes toward uncut girls with attitudes in a practicing country. Social Science Medicine – Population Health, Vol. 3: 283-293. [link]
  • Vogt, S., Zaid, N.A.M., Ahmed, H.E.F., Fehr, E., and Efferson, C. (2016). Changing cultural attitudes on female genital cutting. Nature, 538(7726):506-509. (Shared first authorship with Efferson) [link]
  • Aksoy, Ozan. 2015. Effects of Heterogeneity and Homophily on Cooperation. Social Psychology Quarterly. [pdf]
  • Aksoy, Ozan and Jeroen Weesie. 2015. Testing game-theoretic comparative statics using Bayesian model selection. Journal of Mathematical Sociology. [pdf]
  • Allen, Nicholas and Sarah Birch. 2015. Ethics and Integrity in British Politics: How Citizens Judge their Politicians’ Conduct and Why it Matters. Cambridge University Press [Publisher Link]
  • Belot, Michele, Raymond Duch, and Luis Miller. 2015. A comprehensive comparison of students and non-students in classic experimental games. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [pdf]
  • Birch, Sarah and Nicholas Allen. 2015. Judging politicians: The role of political attentiveness in shaping how people evaluate the ethical behaviour of their leaders. European Journal of Political Research 54(1):43-60 [pdf]
  • Aksoy, Ozan and Jeroen Weesie. 2014. Hierarchical Bayesian analysis of outcome- and process-based social preferences and beliefs in Dictator Games and sequential Prisoner’s Dilemmas. Social Science Research 45: 98-116. [pdf]
  • Bello, Jason and Meredith Rolfe. 2014. Is influence mightier than selection? Forging agreement in political discussion networks during a campaign. Social Networks 36: 134-146. [pdf]
  • Duch, Raymond M., Wojtek Przepiorka and Randy Stevenson. 2014. Responsibility Attribution for Collective Decision Makers. American Journal of Political Science. [pdf]
  • Gambetta, Diego, and Áron Székely. 2014. Signs and (Counter)signals of Trustworthiness. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 106, 281–297. [pdf]
  • Gambetta, Diego, and Wojtek Przepiorka. 2014. Natural and Strategic Generosity as Signals of Trustworthiness. PLOS ONE, 9(5). [pdf]
  • Burton-Chellew, Maxwell N., Robert M. May, and Stuart A. West. 2013. Combined inequality in wealth and risk leads to disaster in the climate change game. Climatic Change 120: 815-830. [pdf]
  • Blinder, Scott, Robert Ford, and Elisabeth Ivarsflaten. 2013. The Better Angel of Our Nature: How the Antiprejudice Norm Affects Policy and Party Preferences in Great Britain and Germany American Journal of Political Science 57(4): 841-857. [pdf]
  • Belot, Michele, Vincent P. Crawford, and Cecilia Heyes. 2013. Players of Matching Pennies automatically imitate opponents’ gestures against strong incentives. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(8): 2763-2768 [pdf]
  • Duch, Raymond and Randy Stevenson. 2013. Voter Perceptions of Agenda Power and Attribution of Responsibility for Economic Performance Electoral Studies 32: 512-516 [pdf]
  • Duch, Raymond and Inaki Sagarzazu. 2013. Crisis Perceptions and Economic Voting Among the Rich and the Poor: The United Kingdom and Germany in Nancy Bermeo and Larry M. Bartels, eds. Mass Politics in Tough Times: Opinion, Votes and Protest in the Great Recession. Russell Sage Foundation and Oxford University Press. [pdf]
  • Fehler, Sabastian, and Wojtek Przpiorka. 2013. Charitable giving as a signal of trustworthiness: Disentangling the signaling benefits of altruistic acts. Evolution and Human Behavior 34(2):139-145. [pdf]
  • Hobolt, Sara B, James Tilly and Jill Wittrock. 2013. Listening to the government: how information shapes responsibility attributions. Political Behavior 35(1): 153-174. [pdf]
  • Iyengar, Shanto et al. 2013. Do Attitudes about Immigration Predict Willingness to Admit Individual Immigrants? Public Opinion Quarterly [pdf]
  • Lewis-Beck, Michael S., Richard Nadeau and Martial Foucault. 2013. The Compleat Economic Voter: New Theory and British Evidence British Journal of Political Science 43(2): 241-261. [pdf]
  • Miller, Luis, and Christoph Vanberg. 2013. Decision costs in legislative bargaining: an experimental analysis. Public Choice 155: 373–394. [pdf]
  • Pickup, Mark and Geoffrey Evans. 2013. Addressing the Endogeneity of Economic Evaluations in Models of Political Choice. Public Opinion Quarterly, 77: 735-754. [pdf]
  • Przpiorka, Wojtek and Andreas Diekman. 2013. Temporal embeddedness and signals of trustworthiness: Experimental tests of a game theoretic model in the United Kingdom, Russia and Switzerland. European Sociological Review, 29(5): 1010-1023. [pdf]
  • Ubeda, Paloma. 2013. The consistency of fairness rules. An experimental study. Journal of Economic Psychology, forthcoming. [pdf]
  • Allen, Nicholas and Sarah Birch. 2012. On either side of a moat? Elite and mass attitudes towards right and wrong. European Journal of Political Research 59(1):89-116 [pdf]
  • Burton-Chellew, Maxwell N. and Stuart A. West. 2012. Pseudo-competition among groups increases cooperation in a public goods game. Animal Behaviour 84(4): 947-952. [pdf]
  • Burton-Chellew, Maxwell N., and Stuart A. West. 2012. Prosocial preferences do not explain human cooperation in public goods games. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 100(1): 216-221. [pdf]
  • Gill, David, and Victoria Prowse. 2012. A Structural Analysis of Disappointment Aversion in a Real Effort Competition. American Economic Review 102(1): 469-503. [pdf]
  • Miller, Luis, and Paloma P Ubeda. 2012. Are women more sensitive to the decision-making context? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83(1): 98-104. [pdf]
  • Allen, Nicholas and Sarah Birch. 2011. Political conduct and misconduct: probing public opinion. Parliamentary Affairs 2011, 64(1): 61-81 [pdf]
  • Hobolt, Sara B. and Jill Wittrock. 2011. The second-order election model revisited: An experimental test of vote choices in European Parliament elections. Electoral Studies 30(1): 29-40. [pdf]
  • Burton-Chellew, Maxwell N., Adin Ross-Gillespieb, and Stuart A. West. 2010.  Cooperation in humans: competition between groups and proximate emotions. Evolution and Human Behavior 31, 104-108. [pdf]
  • Kummerli, Rolf, Maxwell N. Burton-Chellew, Adin Ross-Gillespie, and Stuart A. West. 2010. Resistance to extreme strategies, rather than prosocial preferences, can explain human cooperation in public goods games. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(22): 10125-10130. [pdf]

© 2018 - Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS)

Newsletter Signup

Enter your full name and email address to keep updated with CESS events. All fields are required.


Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?