Agnieszka Tymula

The University of Sydney - School of Economics

Assistant Professor (Lecturer)

Rm 370 Merewether (H04)

Sydney, NSW 2006 2008

Australia

New York University (NYU) - Center for Neuroeconomics

Visiting & Affiliated Faculty

4 Washington Place, Room 809

New York, NY 10003

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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479

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

An Experimental Comparison of Risky and Diskless Choice – Limitations of Prospect Theory and Expected Utility Theory

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 02 Mar 2016
Hui-Kuan Chung, Paul Glimcher and Agnieszka Tymula
New York University (NYU) - Department of Psychology, New York University (NYU) - Center for Neuroeconomics and The University of Sydney - School of Economics
Downloads 237 (129,618)

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indifference curve; riskless choice; reflection effect; reference point; losses

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Let the Sunshine In? The Effects of Luminance on Economic Preferences, Choice Consistency and Dominance Violations

Number of pages: 36 Posted: 22 May 2015 Last Revised: 17 Jan 2017
Paul Glimcher and Agnieszka Tymula
New York University (NYU) - Center for Neuroeconomics and The University of Sydney - School of Economics
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weather, decision-making, risk, ambiguity, consistency

3.

Young Adults Gamble Less When Observed by Peers

Number of pages: 35 Posted: 16 Apr 2015 Last Revised: 07 Dec 2017
Agnieszka Tymula and Jackson Whitehair
The University of Sydney - School of Economics and The University of Sydney - School of Economics
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observation, peer effects, risk, uncertainty

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Expected Subjective Value Theory (ESVT): A Representation of Decision Under Risk and Certainty

Posted: 25 May 2016 Last Revised: 06 Jun 2019
Agnieszka Tymula and Paul Glimcher
The University of Sydney - School of Economics and New York University (NYU) - Center for Neuroeconomics

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utility, decision-making, reference point, neuroeconomics