Daniel Houser

Economics George Mason University, Washington, DC 
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Murat Aslan grad student 2004 George Mason
Erte Xiao grad student 2006 George Mason
Kail M. Padgitt grad student 2008 George Mason
Jason A. Aimone grad student 2011 George Mason
Tianwen Chen grad student 2011 George Mason
William M. Christie grad student 2011 George Mason
Brian J. Hollar grad student 2012 George Mason
Xiaofei Pan grad student 2012 George Mason
Rong Rong grad student 2013 George Mason
Jingnan Chen grad student 2014 George Mason
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Chen J, Houser D. (2017) Promises and lies: can observers detect deception in written messages. Experimental Economics. 20: 396-419
Wang J, Rao Y, Houser DE. (2017) An experimental analysis of acquired impulse control among adult humans intolerant to alcohol. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rong R, Houser D. (2016) Deception in Networks: A Laboratory Study Journal of Public Economic Theory. 18: 313-326
Houser D, Ludwig S, Stratmann T. (2016) Deception and political participation: Theory and laboratory evidence Economic Inquiry. 54: 464-484
Zhang X, Gong Y, Houser D. (2016) Seller reputation and buyer feedback Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics. 9: 121-135
Houser D, List JA, Piovesan M, et al. (2016) Dishonesty: From parents to children European Economic Review. 82: 242-254
Chen J, Houser D. (2016) Promises and lies: can observers detect deception in written messages Experimental Economics. 1-24
Pan X, Houser D. (2016) Social approval, competition and cooperation Experimental Economics. 1-24
Rong R, Houser D, Dai AY. (2015) Money or friends: Social identity and deception in networks European Economic Review
Klein DB, Pan X(, Houser D, et al. (2015) A demand for encompassment: A Hayekian experimental parable about political psychology Rationality and Society. 27: 70-95
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