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Temporal Dynamics of the Interaction between Reward and Time Delay during Intertemporal Choice 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2016, 卷号: 7, 期号: 0, 页码: 1-9
Authors:  Gui, Dan-Yang;  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Li, Xiaoli;  Luo, Yue-jia;  Xiaoli Li;  Yue-jie Luo
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Erp  Temporal Discounting  Subjective Value  Economic Decision-making  Delayed Discounting Task  
Town Mouse or Country Mouse: Identifying a Town Dislocation Effect in Chinese Urbanization 期刊论文
PLOS ONE, 2015, 卷号: 10, 期号: 5, 页码: 1-14
Authors:  Wang, Fei;  Li, Shu;  Bai, Xin-Wen;  Ren, Xiao-Peng;  Rao, Li-Lin;  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Liu, Huan;  Liu, Hong-Zhi;  Wu, Bin;  Zheng, Rui
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损失规避的性质探索——国家自然科学基金“特优”项目(70871110)回溯 期刊论文
管理学报, 2014, 期号: 11, 页码: 1605-1610
Authors:  刘欢;  李金珍;  郭慧芳;  沈丝楚;  郑蕊
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损失规避  风险规避  风险决策  
Victims' Time Discounting 2.5 Years after the Wenchuan Earthquake: An ERP Study 期刊论文
PLOS ONE, 2012, 卷号: 7, 期号: 7, 页码: 1-8
Authors:  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Gui, Dan-Yang;  Feng, Chun-Liang;  Wang, Wen-Zhong;  Du, Bo-Qi;  Gan, Tian;  Luo, Yue-Jia;  Li, JZ (reprint author), Beijing Normal Univ, State Key Lab Cognit Neurosci & Learning, Beijing 100875, Peoples R China.
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How Has the Wenchuan Earthquake Influenced People's Intertemporal Choices? 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 2011, 卷号: 41, 期号: 11, 页码: 2739-2752
Authors:  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Li, Shu;  Liu, Huan;  Li, S (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Key Lab Behav Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China.
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HOW LONG IS LONG ENOUGH: PUBLIC CONCERN ABOUT THE ACADEMIC CAREERS OF STUDENTS FROM AREAS DEVASTATED BY THE WENCHUAN EARTHQUAKE 期刊论文
PSYCHOLOGIA, 2011, 卷号: 54, 期号: 2, 页码: 80-86
Authors:  Li, Shu;  Wang, Zuo-Jun;  Rao, Li-Lin;  Zheng, Rui;  Ren, Xiao-Peng;  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Liu, Huan;  Bi, Yan-Ling;  Wang, Fei;  Bai, Xin-Wen;  Bai, XW (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Key Lab Behav Sci, 4A Datun Rd, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China.
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Wenchuan earthquake  psychological immunization  adapting  cognitive dissonance  
Are People Always More Risk Averse after Disasters? Surveys after a Heavy Snow-hit and a Major Earthquake in China in 2008 期刊论文
APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, 2011, 卷号: 25, 期号: 1, 页码: 104-111
Authors:  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Li, Shu;  Wang, Wen-Zhong;  Rao, Li-Lin;  Liu, Huan;  Li, S (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China.
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Disadvantage and prosocial behavior: the effects of the Wenchuan earthquake 期刊论文
EVOLUTION AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 2011, 卷号: 32, 期号: 1, 页码: 63-69
Authors:  Rao, Li-Lin;  Han, Ru;  Ren, Xiao-Peng;  Bai, Xin-Wen;  Zheng, Rui;  Liu, Huan;  Wang, Zuo-Jun;  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Zhang, Kan;  Li, Shu;  Li, S (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China.
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Dictator Game  Disadvantage  Prosocial behavior  Residential devastation  Wenchuan earthquake  
小概率高风险事件对判断与决策的影响 学位论文
, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2010
Authors:  李金珍
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小概率高风险事件  风险决策  时间折扣  过分自信  理性  
Can Overconfidence be Debiased by Low-Probability/High-Consequence Events? 期刊论文
RISK ANALYSIS, 2010, 卷号: 30, 期号: 4, 页码: 699-707
Authors:  Li, Shu;  Li, Jin-Zhen;  Chen, Yi-Wen;  Bai, Xin-Wen;  Ren, Xiao-Peng;  Zheng, Rui;  Rao, Li-Lin;  Wang, Zuo-Jun;  Liu, Huan;  Shu Li
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Disaster  optimistic bias  overconfidence  rationality  time-decay