Sheryl Ball
Sheryl Ball
Virginia Tech Economics, School of Neuroscience, Fralin Biomedical Research Institute
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Status in markets
S Ball, C Eckel, PJ Grossman, W Zame
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (1), 161-188, 2001
Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams
R Botvinik-Nezer
Nature, 2020
An evaluation of learning in the bilateral winner's curse
SB Ball, MH Bazerman, JS Carroll
Organizational Behavior and human decision Processes 48 (1), 1-22, 1991
Buying status: Experimental evidence on status in negotiation
SB Ball, CC Eckel
Psychology & Marketing 13 (4), 381-405, 1996
The economic value of status
S Ball, CC Eckel
The Journal of socio-economics 27 (4), 495-514, 1998
Subject pool choice and treatment effects in economic laboratory research
SB Ball, PA Cech
Research in Experimental Economics 6 (3), 239-292, 1996
Motives for giving: A reanalysis of two classic public goods experiments
R Ashley, S Ball, C Eckel
Southern Economic Journal 77 (1), 15-26, 2010
Technology improves learning in large principles of economics classes: Using our WITS
SB Ball, C Eckel, C Rojas
American Economic Review 96 (2), 442-446, 2006
Classroom games: Speculation and bubbles in an asset market
SB Ball, CA Holt
Journal of Economic Perspectives 12 (1), 207-218, 1998
Risk aversion and physical prowess: Prediction, choice and bias
S Ball, CC Eckel, M Heracleous
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 41 (3), 167-193, 2010
Social signals of safety and risk confer utility and have asymmetric effects on observers' choices
D Chung, GI Christopoulos, B King-Casas, SB Ball, PH Chiu
Nature neuroscience 18 (6), 912-916, 2015
Consumer applications of cognitive radio defined networks
S Ball, A Ferguso, TW Rondeau
First IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum …, 2005
Stars upon thars: status and discrimination in ultimatum games
SB Ball, CC Eckel
working paper, Virginia Tech, 1998
The betrayal aversion elicitation task: an individual level betrayal aversion measure
J Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
PloS one 10 (9), e0137491, 2015
Using technology to facilitate active learning in economics through experiments
SB Ball, CC Eckel
Social Science Computer Review 22 (4), 469-478, 2004
Bank failures and fiscal austerity: policy prescriptions for a developing country
S Ball, A Feltenstein
Journal of Public Economics 82 (2), 247-270, 2001
Cognitive radios in public safety and spectrum management
TW Rondeau, CW Bostian, D Maldonado, A Ferguson, S Ball, B Le, ...
Telecommunications Policy and Research Conference 33, 2005
Pareto optimality in negotiation: A classroom exercise for achieving active learning
SB Ball
Journal of Education for Business 74 (6), 341-346, 1999
Research, teaching, and practice in experimental economics: A progress report and review
SB Ball
Southern Economic Journal 64 (3), 772-779, 1998
It’s not what you see but how you see it: Using eye-tracking to study the risky decision-making process.
JA Aimone, S Ball, B King-Casas
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 9 (3-4), 137, 2016
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