Daniel Gottlieb

Sweet Briar, Sweet Briar, VA, United States 
"Daniel Gottlieb"
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Robert A. Rescorla grad student 2004 Penn
 (Acquisition with partial and continuous reinforcement.)
Charles Randy Gallistel post-doc 2004-2006 Rutgers, New Brunswick
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Gottlieb D. (2014) Imperfect memory and choice under risk Games and Economic Behavior. 85: 127-158
Gottlieb D, Vigoda-Gadot E, Haim A. (2013) Encouraging ecological behaviors among students by using the ecological footprint as an educational tool: A quasi-experimental design in a public high school in the city of Haifa Environmental Education Research. 19: 844-863
Toledano E, Zussman N, Frish R, et al. (2013) Family income and birth weight Israel Economic Review. 10: 107-145
Gottlieb DA, Prince EB. (2012) Isolated effects of number of acquisition trials on extinction of rat conditioned approach behavior. Behavioural Processes. 90: 34-48
García-Fernández RM, Gottlieb D, Palacios-González F. (2012) Polarization, growth and social policy in the case of Israel, 1997-2008 Economics. 7
Gottlieb D, Moreira H. (2012) Should Educational Policies Be Regressive Journal of Public Economic Theory. 14: 601-623
Azevedo EM, Gottlieb D. (2012) Risk-neutral firms can extract unbounded profits from consumers with prospect theory preferences Journal of Economic Theory. 147: 1291-1299
Gottlieb D, Vigoda-Gadot E, Haim A, et al. (2012) The ecological footprint as an educational tool for sustainability: A case study analysis in an Israeli public high school International Journal of Educational Development. 32: 193-200
Gottlieb D, Kissinger M, Vigoda-Gadot E, et al. (2012) Analyzing the ecological footprint at the institutional scale - The case of an Israeli high-school Ecological Indicators. 18: 91-97
Kissinger M, Gottlieb D. (2012) From global to place oriented hectares - The case of Israel's wheat ecological footprint and its implications for sustainable resource supply Ecological Indicators. 16: 51-57
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