My research is in the fields of experimental economics, industrial organization, game theory, and behavioral economics.
- Dispositional Negativity in the Wild: Social Environment Governs Momentary Emotional Experience (with Alexander J. Shackman, Jennifer S. Weinstein, Conor D. Bloomer, Matthew G. Barstead, Andrew S. Fox, and Edward P. Lemay Jr.) Emotion, 18, 707-724, 2018.
- Hypothetical Purchase Task Questionnaires for Behavioral Economic Assessments of Value and Motivation (with Peter G. Roma and Steven R. Hursh) Managerial and Decision Economics, 37, 306-323, 2016.
- The Effect of Crossing the $100 Million Jackpot Threshold on Ticket Sales Undergraduate Economic Review, 10, Article 7, 2013.
- Behavioral Bandits: Analyzing the Exploration Versus Exploitation Trade-off in the Lab (with Daniel Woods) [Job Market Paper]
- Voting For Experimentation: A Continuous Time Analysis [Under Review]
- Is Experimentation Invariant to Group Size? A Laboratory Analysis of Innovation Contests [Under Review]
- Public Leaderboard Feedback in Innovation Contests: A Theoretical and Experimental Investigation (with Brian Roberson and Yaroslav Rosokha) [Under Review]
Works in Progress:
- Behavioral Bandits: The Role of Time