These are 2008 AEA Conference Papers; please see also the full 2008 ASSA Preliminary Program Schedule.
Conference papers will be uploaded as they become available from the authors.

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Elena Reutskaja (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Saturday, January 5, 10:15 AM

Saturday, January 5, 10:15 AM
Session: Information Use in Economic Choice: Eye Tracking Studies (AEA)
Presiding: Colin Camerer (California Institute of Technology)

Studying Cognition via Information Search in Two-Person Guessing Game Experiments
Miguel Costa-Gomes (University of York)
Vince Crawford (University of California, San Diego)
Elliott Wimmer (Stanford University)
Drazen Prelec (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
George Loewenstein (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Role of Visual Attention in Simple Economic Choice: Theory and Eye Tracking Experiments
Ian Karjbich (California Institute of Technology)
Carrie Armel (Stanford University)
Antonio Rangel (California Institute of Technology)
Antonio Rangel (California Institute of Technology)

Studying Learning in Games Using Eye-Tracking
Colin Camerer (California Institute of Technology)
Joseph Tao-yi Wang (California Institute of Technology)
Chrisopher Trepel (University of California, Los Angeles)
Russell Poldrack (University of California, Los Angeles)
Antonio Rangel (California Institute of Technology)

Choice Overload under the Magnifying Glass of teh Eye-tracker
Rosemarie Nagel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Elena Reutskaja (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Antonio Rangel (California Institute of Technology)
Colin Camerer (California Institute of Technology)

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