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Andrew M. Colman is Professor of Psychology at the University of Leicester and is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has authored numerous journal articles and several books, including the Oxford Dictionary of Psychology (4th ed.. 2015), Facts, Fallacies and Frauds in Psychology (1987), What is Psychology? (3rd edn, 1994), and Game Theory and its Applications in the Social and Biological Sciences (2nd edn, 1995). He edited the two-volume Companion Encyclopedia of Psychology (1994) and the 12-volume Longman Essential Psychology series (1995).
Commitment-enhancing tools in centipede games: Evidencing european–Japanese differences in trust and cooperation
Judgment and Decision Making (2018) 13(1)
Incentive magnitude effects in experimental games: Bigger is not necessarily better