Here is a sample of empirical work that used SMARTRIQS for setting up real-time interactive studies:

  1. Jiang, L., Kouchaki, M., Gino, F., Boghrati, R., & John, L. (2022). Fostering perceptions of authenticity via sensitive self-disclosure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (forthcoming). LINK

  2. Hart, E., Schweitzer, M. E. (2022). When we should care more about relationships than favorable deal terms in negotiation: The economic relevance of relational outcomes (ERRO). Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 168, -. LINK

  3. Palmeira, M., & Gunasti, K. (2022). The Conflict Between Partnership and Fairness in the Decision of Whom to Help. Journal of Business Ethics, , -. LINK

  4. Kertzer, J. D., Holmes, M., LeVeck, B. L., & Wayne, C. (2022). Hawkish Biases and Group Decision-Making. International Organization, 76(3), 513-548. LINK

  5. Hart, E., VanEpps, E. M., & Schweitzer, M. E. (2021). The (better than expected) consequences of asking sensitive questions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 162, 136-154. LINK

  6. Cassar, A., & Rigdon, M. L. (2021). Prosocial option increases women’s entry into competition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(45). LINK

  7. Cassar, A., & Rigdon, M. L. (2021). Option to cooperate increases women’s competitiveness and closes the gender gap. Evolution and Human Behavior, 42(6), 556-572. LINK

  8. Kim, J. Y. & Noussair, C. (2021). Leniency Policies and Cartel Success: An Experiment. SSRN working paper. LINK

  9. Molnar, A., Chaudhry, S., & Loewenstein, G. F. (in press). “It’s Not About the Money. It’s About Sending a Message!”: Unpacking the Components of Revenge. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes LINK