Research

Publications

Stewart AJ, Mosleh M, Diakonova M, Arechar AA, Rand DG, Plotkin JB. (2019). Information gerrymandering and undemocratic decisions. Nature. 573, 117–121.

Dunham Y, Arechar AA, Rand DG. (2019). From foe to friend and back again: The temporal dynamics of intra-party bias in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. Judgment and Decision Making. 14(3), pp. 373–380.

Stagnaro MN, Arechar AA, Rand DG. (2019). Are those who believe in God really moreprosocial? Religion, Brain & Behavior.

Arechar AA, Gächter S, Molleman L. (2018). Conducting Interactive Experiments OnlineExperimental Economics. 21(1),pp 99–131. [Data and Code] [Slides SPSP]

Arechar AA, Kouchaki M, Rand DG. (2018). Examining Spillovers between Long and Short Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma Games Played in the LaboratoryGames. 9(1), 5.

Arechar AA, Dreber A, Fudenberg D, Rand DG. (2017). ‘I’m Just a Soul Whose Intentions Are Good’: The Role of Communication in Noisy Repeated Games. Games and Economic Behavior. 104, pp. 726-743.

Stagnaro MN, Arechar AA, Rand DG. (2017). From Good Institutions to Generous Citizens: Top-Down Incentives to Cooperate Promote Subsequent Prosociality But Not Norm EnforcementCognition. 167, pp. 212-254.

Arechar AA, Kraft-Todd G, Rand DG. (2017). Turking Overtime: How Participant Characteristics and Behavior Vary Over Time and Day on Amazon Mechanical Turk. Journal of the Economic Science Association. 3(1), pp. 1-11.

Working Papers

Arechar AA, Espín, AM, Nieboer J, Starmer C, Gächter S. (2019). The cheap power of social control for sustaining the common good.

Arechar AA, Rand DG (2019). Learning to be selfish? A large-scale longitudinal analysis of Dictator games played on Amazon Mechanical Turk. PsyArXiv.

Arechar AA. (2018). What Norms Trigger Punishment Across Societies?