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    • Sharing Goods? Yuck, No! An Investigation of Consumers’ Contamination Concerns About Access-Based Services 

      Hazee, Simon; Van Vaerenbergh, Yves; Delcourt, Cecile; Warlop, Luk (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Although access-based services (ABS) offer many benefits, convincing consumers to use these service innovations remains challenging. Research suggests that contamination concerns are an important barrier to consumer adoption ...
    • Short- and long-term market returns of international codevelopment alliances of new products 

      Harmancioglu, Nukhet; Griffith, David A.; Yilmaz, Tuba (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Strategic alliances entail process-oriented decisions, in which information about outcomes is unveiled over time. Therefore, it is difficult for investors to gauge the value of such decisions in the short term; longitudinal ...
    • Should I stay or should I go? Bandwagons in the lab 

      Heggedal, Tom-Reiel; Helland, Leif; Joslin, Knut-Eric Neset (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We experimentally investigate the impact of strategic uncertainty and complementarity on leader and follower behavior using the model of Farrell and Saloner (1985). At the core of the model are endogenous timing, irreversible ...
    • Silence is Golden? The Case of Two Whistleblowers in a Norwegian Municipality 

      Gottschalk, Petter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Characteristics and experiences of whistleblowers are an important field of research for work and organizational psychology. Detection and prevention of misconduct and crime is dependent on people internally who are not ...
    • Situated food safety behavior 

      Veflen, Nina Jeanette; Røssvoll, Elin; Langsrud, Solveig; Scholderer, Joachim (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Previous studies indicate that many consumers eat rare hamburgers and that information about microbiological hazards related to undercooked meat does not necessarily lead to changed behavior. With this study we aim to ...
    • Slicing the Pie: Quantifying the Aggregate and Distributional Effects of Trade 

      Galle, Simon; Rodriguez-Clare, Andres; Yi, Moises (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2023)
      We develop a multi-sector gravity model with heterogeneous workers to quantify the aggregate and group-level welfare effects of trade. The model generalizes the specific-factors intuition to a setting with labour reallocation, ...
    • Small-Group Instruction to Improve Student Performance in Mathematics in Early Grades: Results from a Randomized Field Experiment 

      Bonesrønning, Hans; Finseraas, Henning; Hardoy, Ines; Iversen, Jon Marius Vaag; Nyhus, Ole Henning; Opheim, Vibeke; Salvanes, Kari Vea; Sandsør, Astrid Marie Jorde; Schøne, Pål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      We investigate whether small-group instruction improves student performance in mathematics in the early grades using a large-scale RCT covering 159 Norwegian schools over four years. The students − 7–9 years old - are ...
    • Smarte kontrakter kan hindre grønnvasking 

      Silkoset, Ragnhild; Nygaard, Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Evnen til å spore produktinformasjon har vært mulig gjennom ulike teknologier i årtier. Bidraget i denne artikkelen er å utvikle forståelsen av hvordan smarte kontrakter gjennom blokkjedeteknologien kan være en ...
    • Snap eller papiravis? Mediebruk i livets ulike faser 

      Wilberg, Erik (Research report, 2019)
      I denne rapporten kan vi se hvordan mediebruken varierer med et begrep for livssyklus – fra enslige uten familie, via barnefamilier og opp til seniorer. I noen grad har dette selvfølgelig med alder å gjøre – men ikke fullt ...
    • Social and economic leader-member exchange and employee creative behavior: The role of employee willingness to take risks and emotional carrying capacity 

      Berg, Stine Therese S.; Grimstad, Arnhild; Škerlavaj, Miha; Černe, Matej (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      In the current study we explore the relational aspect of leadership for stimulating employee creative behavior. Drawing on leader-member exchange (LMX) theory, we propose that the association between two distinct types of ...
    • Social and moral psychology of COVID-19 across 69 countries 

      Azevedo, Flavio; Pavlovic, Tomislav; Rego, Gabriel G.; Ay, Fehime Ceren; Gjoneska, Biljana; Etienne, Tom W.; Ross, Robert M.; Schönegger, Philipp; Riano-Moreno, Julian C.; Cichocka, Aleksandra; Capraro, Valerio; Cian, Luca; Longoni, Chiara; Chan, Ho Fai; Van Bavel, Jay J.; Sjåstad, Hallgeir; Nezlek, John B.; Alfano, Mark; Gelfand, Michele J.; Birtel, Michele D.; Cislak, Aleksandra; Lockwood, Patricia L.; Abts, Koen; Agadullina, Elena; Aruta, John Jamir Benzon; Besharati, Sahba Nomvula; Bor, Alexander; Choma, Becky L.; Crabtree, Charles David; Cunningham, William A.; De, Koustav; Ejaz, Waqas; Elbaek, Christian T.; Findor, Andrej; Flichtentrei, Daniel; Franc, Renata; Gruber, June; Gualda, Estrella; Horiuchi, Yusaku; Huynh, Toan Luu Duc; Ibanez, Agustin; Imran, Mostak Ahamed; Israelashvili, Jacob; Jasko, Katarzyna; Kantorowicz, Jaroslaw; Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Elena; Mayiwar, Lewend; Otterbring, Tobias; Boggio, Paulo S.; Sampaio, Waldir M. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has afected all domains of human life, including the economic and social fabric of societies. One of the central strategies for managing public health throughout the pandemic has been through persuasive ...
    • Social Distancing and Shopping Behaviour: The Role of Anxiety, Attention, and Awareness on Safety Preferences while Queuing during the COVID-19 Pandemic 

      Horne, George; Furnham, Adrian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic increased global anxiety, and many people shopped less frequently. This study quantifies customer preferences in where to shop while following social distancing regulations, specifically ...
    • Social Identification and Redistribution in Heterogeneous Federations: Evidence from Germany and Belgium 

      Holm, Joshua; Geys, Benny (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Recent evidence of increasing income heterogeneity within developed countries has reignited debates concerning the redistribution of income and wealth. In this article, we contribute to this debate by assessing the role ...
    • Social norms and risk communication 

      Scholderer, Joachim; Veflen, Nina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Social norms are beliefs about what people in general would consider appropriate behaviour in a particular social context. In this mini-review, we summarise research on the role of social norms in the context of safe food ...
    • Social Power Increases Interoceptive Accuracy 

      Moeni-Jazani, Mehrad; De Molière, Laura; Gatti, Elia; Warlop, Luk; Knöferle, Klemens (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Building on recent psychological research showing that power increases self-focused attention, we propose that having power increases accuracy in perception of bodily signals, a phenomenon known as interoceptive accuracy. ...
    • Socio-Demographic Indicators, Intelligence,and Locus of Control as Predictors of Adult Financial Well-Being 

      Furnham, Adrian; Cheng, Helen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The current study investigated a longitudinal data set of 4790 adults examining a set of socio-demographic and psychological factors that influence adult financial well-being. Parental social status (at birth), childhood ...
    • Solstrøm fra boligtak er ofte godt for både klima og økonomi, men ikke i dagens Norge 

      Bøhren, Øyvind; Gjærum, Per Ivar; Hasle, Torkel (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Vi bruker kvantitativ livsløpsanalyse (vugge-til-grav) og finner at solceller på private boligtak har stor, positiv effekt på klima og økonomi når de lages med ren, billig strøm og erstatter skitten, dyr strøm. Beliggenhet ...
    • Space Food Experiences: Designing Passenger’s Eating Experiences for Future Space Travel Scenarios 

      Obrist, Marianna; Tu, Yunwen; Yao, Lining; Velasco, Carlos (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Given the increasing possibilities of short- and long-term space travel to the Moon and Mars, it is essential not only to design nutritious foods but also to make eating an enjoyable experience. To date, though, perhaps ...
    • Spenders and Savers, Tightwads and Spendthrifts: Individual Correlates of Personal Ratings of Being a Spender or a Saver 

      Furnham, Adrian; Robinson, Charlotte; Grover, Simmy (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      There is limited literature on the causes, correlates, and consequences of being a saver (tightwad) or a spender (spendthrift). This paper reports on five studies which look at demographic, bright- and dark-side personality, ...
    • Spitting in the Salad: Minor Rebellion as Institutional Agency 

      Välikangas, Liisa; Carlsen, Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      How can a desire for rebellion drive institutional agency, and how is such desire produced? In this paper, we develop a theory of minor rebellion as a form of institutional agency. Drawing from the work of Deleuze and ...