Microeconomics, Social psychology, Game theory, Punishment and Evolutionary game theory are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Incentive, Strong reciprocity, Cognitive Reflection Test and News media. He combines subjects such as Cooperative behavior and Set with his study of Game theory.
His Punishment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Empirical evidence, Interpersonal relationship and Dilemma. His Evolutionary game theory research includes themes of Biological evolution, Pairwise comparison and Prisoner's dilemma. His studies in Stochastic game integrate themes in fields like Repeated game and Ultimatum game.
David G. Rand mainly investigates Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Dictator game, Microeconomics and Game theory. The various areas that David G. Rand examines in his Social psychology study include Incentive, Cognitive style and Prisoner's dilemma. David G. Rand has researched Cognitive psychology in several fields, including Feeling, Deliberation and Social dilemma.
His Microeconomics study often links to related topics such as Reputation. David G. Rand is studying Evolutionary game theory, which is a component of Game theory. His work investigates the relationship between Punishment and topics such as Selfishness that intersect with problems in Third-party punishment and Heuristics.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Social media, Misinformation, Fake news and Cognitive psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cognitive Reflection Test, Cognitive style and Dictator. His Social media research incorporates elements of Credibility and Headline.
His research integrates issues of Quality, News media, Layperson, Mainstream and Internet privacy in his study of Misinformation. The concepts of his Fake news study are interwoven with issues in Intervention and Content. His work in Cognitive psychology addresses subjects such as Deliberation, which are connected to disciplines such as Deception.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, News media, Social media, Politics and Misinformation. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social psychology and Intuition through his works. His News media study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reflexivity, Intervention, Headline, Fake news and Discernment.
His research in Social media intersects with topics in Global health, Public health and Pandemic. His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Social science and MEDLINE. His Misinformation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mainstream, Advertising and Layperson.
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The online laboratory: conducting experiments in a real labor market
John Joseph Horton;David Gertler Rand;Richard Jay Zeckhauser.
Experimental Economics (2011)
Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response.
Jay J. Van Bavel;Katherine Baicker;Paulo S. Boggio;Valerio Capraro.
Spontaneous giving and calculated greed
David G. Rand;David G. Rand;Joshua D. Greene;Martin A. Nowak.
Structural topic models for open ended survey responses
Margaret E. Roberts;Brandon M. Stewart;Dustin Tingley;Christopher Lucas.
American Journal of Political Science (2014)
Fighting COVID-19 Misinformation on Social Media: Experimental Evidence for a Scalable Accuracy-Nudge Intervention.
Gordon Pennycook;Jonathon McPhetres;Jonathon McPhetres;Yunhao Zhang;Jackson G. Lu.
Psychological Science (2020)
ReviewFeature ReviewHuman cooperation
David G. Rand;Martin A. Nowak.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2013)
Social heuristics shape intuitive cooperation
David G. Rand;Alexander Peysakhovich;Alexander Peysakhovich;Gordon T. Kraft-Todd;George E. Newman.
Nature Communications (2014)
Winners don’t punish
Anna Dreber;David G. Rand;Drew Fudenberg;Martin A. Nowak.
The promise of Mechanical Turk: How online labor markets can help theorists run behavioral experiments
David G. Rand.
Journal of Theoretical Biology (2012)
Positive Interactions Promote Public Cooperation
David G. Rand;Anna Dreber;Anna Dreber;Tore Ellingsen;Drew Fudenberg.
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