Andersen, S., Harrison, G. W., Lau, M. I., & Rutström, E. E. (2006). Elicitation using multiple price list formats. Experimental Economics, 9, 383–405.
Andersen, S., Harrison, G. W., Lau, M. I., & Rutström, E. E. (2008). Lost in state space: Are preferences stable? International Economic Review, 49, 1091–1112.
Anderson, L. R., & Mellor, J. M. (2009). Are risk preferences stable? Comparing an experimental measure with a validated survey-based measure. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 39(2), 137–160.
Arch, E. (1993). Risk-taking: A motivational basis for sex differences. Psychological Reports, 73, 6–11.
Barseghyan, L., Prince, J., & Teitelbaum, J. C. (2011). Are risk preferences stable across contexts? Evidence from insurance data. American Economic Review, 101, 591–631.
Baucells, M., & Villasís, A. (2010). Stability of risk preferences and the reflection effect of prospect theory. Theory and Decision, 68, 193–211.
Beine, M., Charness, G., Dupuy, A., & Joxhe, M. (2020). Shaking things up: On the stability of risk and time preferences. 13084. IZA Discussion Paper.
Binswanger, H. P. (1980). Attitudes toward risk: Experimental measurement in rural India. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 62, 395–407.
Binswanger, H. P. (1981). Attitudes toward risk: Theoretical implications of an experiment in rural India. The Economic Journal, 91, 867–890.
Booth, A., Cardona-Sosa, L., & Nolen, P. (2014). Gender differences in risk aversion: Do single-sex environments affect their development? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 99, 126–154.
Brañas-Garza, P., Galizzi, M. M., & Nieboer, J. (2018). Experimental and self-reported measures of risk taking and digit ratio (2d: 4d): Evidence from a large, systematic study. International Economic Review, 59, 1131–1157.
Brody, L. R. (1993). On understanding gender differences in the expression of emotion. In S. L. Ablon, D. Brown, E. J. Khantzian, & J. E. Mack (Eds.), Human feelings: Explorations in affect development and meaning (pp. 87–121). Analytic Press.
Brody, L. R., Hay, D., & Vandewater, E. (1990). Gender, gender role identity and children’s reported feelings toward the same and opposite sex. Sex Roles, 21, 363–387.
Brown Kruse, J., & Thompson, M. A. (2001). A comparison of salient rewards in experiments: Money and class points. Economics Letters, 74, 113–117.
Byrnes, J. P., Miller, D. C., & Schafer, W. D. (1999). Gender differences in risk taking: A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin, 125, 367–383.
Callen, M., Isaqzadeh, M., Long, J. D., & Sprenger, C. (2014). Violence and risk preference: Experimental evidence from Afghanistan. American Economic Review, 104, 123–148.
Cameron, L., & Shah, M. (2015). Risk-taking behavior in the wake of natural disasters. Journal of Human Resources, 50, 484–515.
Cavatorta, E., & Groom, B. (2020). Does deterrence change preferences? Evidence from a natural experiment. European Economic Review, 127, 103456.
Charness, G., Eckel, C., Gneezy, U., & Kajackaite, A. (2018). Complexity in risk elicitation may affect the conclusions: A demonstration using gender differences. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 56(1), 1–17.
Charness, G., & Gneezy, U. (2012). Strong evidence for gender differences in risk taking. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 83, 50–58.
Charness, G., Gneezy, U., & Imas, A. (2013). Experimental methods: Eliciting risk preferences. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 87, 43–51.
Charness, G., & Viceisza, A. (2016). Three risk-elicitation methods in the field: Evidence from rural Senegal. Review of Behavioral Economics, 3, 145–171.
Crosetto, P., & Filippin, A. (2016). A theoretical and experimental appraisal of four risk elicitation methods. Experimental Economics, 19, 613–641.
Croson, R., & Gneezy, U. (2009). Gender differences in preferences. Journal of Economic Literature, 47, 1–27.
Csermely, T., & Rabas, A. (2016). How to reveal people’s preferences: Comparing time consistency and predictive power of multiple price list risk elicitation methods. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 53(2–3), 107–136.
Dai, Z., Galeotti, F., & Villeval, M. C. (2018). Cheating in the lab predicts fraud in the field: An experiment in public transportation. Management Science, 64, 1081–1100.
Daly, M., & Wilson, M. (1988). Homicide. ldine De Gruyter.
Daruvala, D. (2007). Gender, risk and stereotypes. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 35(3), 265–283.
Dasgupta, U., Gangadharan, L., Maitra, P., & Mani, S. (2017). Searching for preference stability in a state dependent world. Journal of Economic Psychology, 62, 17–32.
Dave, C., Eckel, C. C., Johnson, C. A., & Rojas, C. (2010). Eliciting risk preferences: When is simple better? Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 41(3), 219–243.
Deaux, K., & Farris, E. (1977). Attributing causes for one’s own performance: The effects of sex, norms, and outcomes. Journal of Research in Personality, 11, 59–72.
Eckel, C. C., El-Gamal, M. A., & Wilson, R. K. (2009). Risk loving after the storm: A Bayesian-Network study of Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 69, 110–124.
Eckel, C. C., & Grossman, P. J. (2002). Sex differences and statistical stereotyping in attitudes toward financial risk. Evolution and Human Behavior, 23, 281–295.
Eckel, C. C., & Grossman, P. J. (2008a). Forecasting risk attitudes: An experimental study using actual and forecast gamble choices. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 68, 1–17.
Eckel, C. C., & Grossman, P. J. (2008b). Men, women and risk aversion: Experimental evidence. In C. R. Plott & V. L. Smith (Eds.), Handbook of experimental economics results (pp. 1061–1073). North Holland/Elsevier Press.
Exley, C. L. (2016). Excusing selfishness in charitable giving: The role of risk. The Review of Economic Studies, 83, 587–628.
Fehr-Duda, H., De Gennaro, M., & Schubert, R. (2006). Gender, financial risk, and probability weights. Theory and Decision, 60, 283–313.
Fetchenhauer, D., & Rohde, P. A. (2002). Evolutionary personality psychology and victimology sex differences in risk attitudes and short-term orientation and their relation to sex differences in victimizations. Evolution and Human Behavior, 23, 233–244.
Filippin, A., & Crosetto, P. (2016). A reconsideration of gender differences in risk attitudes. Management Science, 62, 3138–3160.
Fujita, F., Diener, E., & Sandvik, E. (1991). Gender differences in negative affect and well-being: The case for emotional intensity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61, 427–434.
Fyhri, A., & Backer-Grøndahl, A. (2012). Personality and risk perception in transport. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 49, 470–475.
Gangadharan, L., Grossman, P.J., & Xue, N. (2021). Identifying self-image concerns from motivated beliefs: Does it matter how and whom you ask? Working paper.
Garbarino, E., Slonim, R., & Sydnor, J. (2011). Digit ratios (2D: 4D) as predictors of risky decision making for both sexes. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 42(1), 1–26.
Geary, D. C. (1998). Male, female: The evolution of human sex differences. American Psychological Association.
Greiner, B. (2015). Subject pool recruitment procedures: Organizing experiments with ORSEE. Journal of the Economic Science Association, 1, 114–125.
Grossman, P. J. (2013). Holding fast: The persistence and dominance of gender stereotypes. Economic Inquiry, 51, 747–763.
Grossman, P. J., & Eckel, C. C. (2015). Loving the long shot: Risk taking with skewed lotteries. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 51(3), 195–217.
Grossman, P. J., & Lugovskyy, O. (2011). An experimental test of the persistence of gender-based stereotypes. Economic Inquiry, 49, 598–611.
Harrison, G. W., Lau, M. I., & Williams, M. B. (2002). Estimating individual discount rates in Denmark: A field experiment. American Economic Review, 92, 1606–1617.
Holt, C. A., & Laury, S. K. (2002). Risk aversion and incentive effects. American Economic Review, 92, 1644–1655.
Holt, C. A., & Laury, S. K. (2005). Risk aversion and incentive effects: New data without order effects. American Economic Review, 95, 902–904.
Jacobson, S., & Petrie, R. (2009). Learning from mistakes: What do inconsistent choices over risk tell us? Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 38(2), 143–158.
Jianakoplos, N. A., & Bernasek, A. (1998). Are women more risk averse? Economic Inquiry, 36, 620–630.
Johnson, J. E., & Powell, P. L. (1994). Decision making, risk and gender: Are managers different? British Journal of Management, 5, 123–138.
Kruse, J. B., & Thompson, M. A. (2003). Valuing low probability risk: Survey and experimental evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 50, 495–505.
Lerner, J. S., Gonzalez, R. M., Small, D. A., & Fischhoff, B. (2003). Effects of fear and anger on perceived risks of terrorism: A national field experiment. Psychological Science, 14, 144–150.
Loewenstein, G. F., Hsee, C. K., Weber, E. U., & Welch, N. (2001). Risk as feelings. Psychological Bulletin, 127, 267–286.
Low, B. S. (2000). Why sex matters. Princeton University Press.
Lundeberg, M. A., Fox, P. W., & LeCount, J. (1994). Highly confident, but wrong: Gender differences and similarities in confidence judgments. Journal of Educational Psychology, 86, 114.
Niederle, M., & Vesterlund, L. (2007). Do women shy away from competition? Do men compete too much? The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122, 1067–1101.
Powell, M., & Ansic, D. (1997). Gender differences in risk behaviour in financial decision-making: An experimental analysis. Journal of Economic Psychology, 18, 605–628.
Rubin, P., & Paul, C. W. (1979). An evolutionary model of taste for risk. Economic Inquiry, 17, 585–596.
Sahm, C. (2012). How much does risk tolerance change? Quarterly Journal of Finance, 2, 1–38.
Schubert, R., Brown, M., Gysler, M., & Brachinger, H. W. (1999). Financial decision-making: Are women really more risk averse? American Economic Review, 89, 381–385.
Severiens, S., & ten Dam, G. (1994). Gender differences in learning styles: A narrative review and quantitative meta-analysis. Higher Education, 27, 487–501.
Severiens, S., & ten Dam, G. (1998). A multilevel meta-analysis of gender differences in learning orientations. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 595–608.
Siegrist, M., Cvetkovich, G., & Gutscher, H. (2002). Risk preference predictions and gender stereotypes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 87, 91–102.
Sjöberg, L., & Wåhlberg, A. A. (2002). Risk perception and New Age beliefs. Risk Analysis: An International Journal, 22, 751–764.
Stapley, J. C., & Haviland, J. M. (1989). Beyond depression: Gender differences in normal adolescents’ emotional experiences. Sex Roles, 20, 295–308.
Straznicka, K. (2012). Temporal stability of risk preference measures. GATE Working Paper No. 1236.
Swanson, J. M., Dibble, S. L., & Trocki, K. (1995). A description of the gender differences in risk behaviors in young adults with genital herpes. Public Health Nursing, 12, 99–108.
Tanaka, T., Camerer, C. F., & Nguyen, Q. (2010). Risk and time preferences: Linking experimental and household survey data from Vietnam. American Economic Review, 100, 557–571.
Voors, M. J., Nillesen, E. E., Verwimp, P., Bulte, E. H., Lensink, R., & Van Soest, D. P. (2012). Violent conflict and behavior: A field experiment in Burundi. American Economic Review, 102, 941–964.
Weller, J. A., & Thulin, E. W. (2012). Do honest people take fewer risks? Personality correlates of risk-taking to achieve gains and avoid losses in HEXACO space. Personality and Individual Differences, 53, 923–926.
Wölbert, E.M., & Riedl, A. (2013). Measuring time and risk preferences: Reliability, stability, domain specificity. GSBE Research Memorandum, #041.
Yu, C. W., Zhang, Y. J., & Zuo, S. X. (2021). Multiple switching and data quality in the multiple price list. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 103, 136–150.
Zeisberger, S., Vrecko, D., & Langer, T. (2012). Measuring the time stability of prospect theory preferences. Theory and Decision, 72, 359–386.