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2022-12-08 Ben Greiner (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
The effect of a 'None of the above' ballot paper option on voting behavior and election outcomes.
Room: E0.09, 16:00-17:15.


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Hoven, Monja, Alejandro Hirmas, Jan B. Engelmann, Ruth J. van Holst (2022) The role of attention in decision-making under risk in gambling disorder: an eye-tracking study PDF-file Link to article