Craig R. Fox spends much of his time researching Prospect theory, Ignorance, Set, Expected utility hypothesis and Ambiguity aversion. In most of his Ignorance studies, his work intersects topics such as Social psychology. His Set research is included under the broader classification of Cognitive psychology.
His studies deal with areas such as Neural correlates of consciousness, Prefrontal cortex and Risk aversion as well as Cognitive psychology. The concepts of his Expected utility hypothesis study are interwoven with issues in Risk-seeking and Risk aversion. His work on Ellsberg paradox as part of general Ambiguity aversion research is frequently linked to Isolation, Positive economics, Welfare economics and Actuarial science, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Craig R. Fox focuses on Social psychology, Prospect theory, Ignorance, Psychological intervention and Econometrics. His Social psychology research includes themes of Control, Construct, Cognition and Preference. Craig R. Fox interconnects Cognitive psychology, Rare events, Expected utility hypothesis, Phenomenon and Decision theory in the investigation of issues within Prospect theory.
Craig R. Fox combines subjects such as Developmental psychology and Prefrontal cortex with his study of Cognitive psychology. Craig R. Fox applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ignorance and Ambiguity aversion in his research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Event and Actuarial science in addition to Econometrics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Randomized controlled trial, Psychological intervention, Nudge theory, Social psychology and Intensive care medicine. His Randomized controlled trial study incorporates themes from Behavioral economics and Pediatrics. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Control, Prospect theory and Frequency.
As part of the same scientific family, Craig R. Fox usually focuses on Intensive care medicine, concentrating on Emergency medicine and intersecting with Clinical trial. His work focuses on many connections between Intervention and other disciplines, such as Medical emergency, that overlap with his field of interest in Cognition. His research in Choice architecture tackles topics such as Social relation which are related to areas like Cognitive psychology.
Craig R. Fox mainly investigates Psychological intervention, Medical prescription, Respiratory tract infections, Randomized controlled trial and Intensive care medicine. His Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Nudge theory, Social psychology, Framing and Emergency medicine. His Emergency medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clinical trial, Pediatrics and Patient education.
His Medical prescription research spans across into subjects like Gerontology and Vignette. His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Intervention and Physical therapy. His work on Behavioral interventions expands to the thematically related Intensive care medicine.
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Ambiguity Aversion and Comparative Ignorance
Craig R. Fox;Amos Tversky.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (1995)
Weighing Risk and Uncertainty
Amos Tversky;Craig R. Fox.
Psychological Review (1995)
Beyond nudges: Tools of a choice architecture
Eric J. Johnson;Suzanne B. Shu;Benedict G. C. Dellaert;Craig Fox.
Effect of Behavioral Interventions on Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescribing Among Primary Care Practices: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Daniella Meeker;Daniella Meeker;JA Jeffrey A. Linder;JA Jeffrey A. Linder;Craig R. Fox;Mark W. Mw Friedberg;Mark W. Mw Friedberg;Mark W. Mw Friedberg.
Prospect theory on the brain? Toward a cognitive neuroscience of decision under risk
Christopher Trepel;Craig R. Fox;Russell A. Poldrack.
Cognitive Brain Research (2005)
A Belief-Based Account of Decision Under Uncertainty
Craig R. Fox;Amos Tversky.
Management Science (1998)
Political Extremism Is Supported by an Illusion of Understanding
Philip M. Fernbach;Todd Rogers;Craig R. Fox;Steven A. Sloman.
Psychological Science (2013)
The Neural Basis of Loss Aversion in Decision-Making Under Risk
Sabrina M. Tom;Craig R. Fox;Christopher Trepel;Russell A. Poldrack.
ACR North American Advances (2008)
Mind the Gap: Bridging economic and naturalistic risk-taking with cognitive neuroscience
Tom Schonberg;Tom Schonberg;Craig R. Fox;Russell A. Poldrack.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2011)
Ambiguity Aversion, Comparative Ignorance, and Decision Context
Craig R. Fox;Martin Weber.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (2002)
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