We test this "streamlined" module in the field in 22 countries of diverse cultural backgrounds.
Speakers of languages which require the speaker to grammatically mark the future when talking about future events are less patient and less prosocial than speakers of languages which lack such a grammatical requirement.
A special committee of scholars in the humanities, archivists, and special collections librarians selects fellowship recipients.
The committee includes representatives from different fields of the humanities and related social sciences, reflecting the variety of fields represented in the research proposals.
Chapter 3 validates non-incentivized survey measures for key economic preferences, i.e.
risk taking, time discounting and social preferences, by examining their predictive power for behavior in incentivized economic choice experiments.