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Alan G. Sanfey

Affiliations: 
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Area:
Neuroeconomics, Social Neuroscience, Judgment and Decision-Making
Website:
http://research.sbs.arizona.edu/~ndsl/home.html
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Galvan E, Sanfey A. (2024) Reciprocity in ambiguous situations: Default psychological strategies underlying ambiguity resolution in moral decision-making. Plos One. 19: e0300886
Vahed S, Goanta C, Ortolani P, et al. (2024) Moral judgment of objectionable online content: Reporting decisions and punishment preferences on social media. Plos One. 19: e0300960
She MHC, Sanfey AG. (2023) An experimental study of information transparency and social preferences on donation behaviors: the self-signaling model. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1258808
Turri G, Cavallo A, Romeo L, et al. (2022) Decoding social decisions from movement kinematics. Iscience. 25: 105550
Fairley K, Vyrastekova J, Weitzel U, et al. (2022) Beyond lottery-evoked ambiguity aversion: The neural signature of the types and the sources of uncertainty. Neuroimage. 251: 119007
Driessen JMA, van Baar JM, Sanfey AG, et al. (2021) Moral strategies and psychopathic traits. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 130: 550-561
Giorgetta C, Grecucci A, Graffeo M, et al. (2021) Expect the Worst! Expectations and Social Interactive Decision Making. Brain Sciences. 11
Micheli L, Stallen M, Sanfey AG. (2021) The Effect of Centralized Financial and Social Incentives on Cooperative Behavior and Its Underlying Neural Mechanisms. Brain Sciences. 11
Lapomarda G, Pappaianni E, Siugzdaite R, et al. (2021) Out of control: An altered parieto-occipital-cerebellar network for impulsivity in bipolar disorder. Behavioural Brain Research. 113228
van Baar JM, Klaassen FH, Ricci F, et al. (2020) Stable distribution of reciprocity motives in a population. Scientific Reports. 10: 18164
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