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

  1. Molnar, A., Chaudhry, S., & Loewenstein, G. (2023). “It’s Not About the Money. It’s About Sending a Message!”: Avengers want offenders to understand the reason for revenge. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 174 , 104207. LINK

  2. Lanz, L., Briker, R., & Gerpott, F.H. (2023). Employees Adhere More to Unethical Instructions from Human Than AI Supervisors: Complementing Experimental Evidence with Machine Learning. Journal of Business Ethics. LINK

  3. Van Zant, A. B., Kennedy, J. A., & Kray, L. J. (2022). Does Hoodwinking Others Pay? The Psychological and Relational Consequences of Undetected Negotiator Deception. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (in press). LINK

  4. Jiang, L., John, L. K., Boghrati, R., & Kouchaki, M. (2022). Fostering perceptions of authenticity via sensitive self-disclosure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 28(4), 898–915. LINK

  5. Fousiani, K., De Jonge, K. M. M., & Michelakis, G. (2022). Having no negotiation power does not matter as long as you can think creatively: the moderating role of age. International Journal of Conflict Management, 33(5). LINK

  6. 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, 104108. LINK

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

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

  9. 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

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

  11. 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

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