Publications

Selected Publications:

Fantino, E., & Kennelly, A. (2009). Sharing the wealth: Factors influencing resource allocation in the sharing game. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 91 (3), 337-354. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (2008). Behavior analysis: thriving, but how about its future? Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 89, 125-127. [PDF]

Charlton, S.R., & Fantino, E. (2008). Commodity specific rates of temporal discounting: Does metabolic function underlie differences in rate of discounting? Behavioural Processes, 77 (3), 334-342. [PDF]

Kennelly, A., & Fantino, E. (2007). The Sharing Game: Fairness in resource allocation as a function of incentive, gender, and recipient type. Judgment and Decision Making, 2, 204-216. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Romanowich, P. (2007). The effect of conditioned reinforcement rate on choice: A review. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 87, 409-421. [PDF]

Fantino, E., Gaitan, S., Kennelly, A., & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2007). How reinforcer type affects choice in economic games. Behavioural Processes, 75, 107-114.

O’Daly, M., Angulo, S., Gipson, C., & Fantino, E. (2006). Influence of temporal context on value in the multiple chains and successive-encounters procedures. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 85, 309-328. [PDF]

Stolarz-Fantino, S., Fantino, E. & Van Borst, N. (2006). Use of base-rates and case-cue information in making likelihood estimates. Memory & Cognition, 34, 603-618. [PDF]

O’Daly, M., Case, D.A., & Fantino, E. (2006). Influence of budget and reinforcement location on risk-sensitive preference. Behavioural Processes, 73, 125-135.

Fantino, E., Gaitan, S., Meyer, S., & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2006). Self-control in a Prisoner’s Dilemma game: The role of trial spacing and an interfering task. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 19, 273-284.

Fantino, E., Navarro, A., & ODaly, M. (2005). The science of decision-making: Behaviors related to gambling. International Gambling Studies, 5(2), 169-186.

Fantino, E., Kanevsky, I.G. & Charlton, S. (2005). Teaching pigeons to commit base-rate neglect. Psychological Science, 16, 820-825.

Navarro, A. D., & Fantino, E. (2005). The sunk cost effect in pigeons and humans. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1-13. [PDF]

O’Daly, M., Meyer, S. & Fantino, E. (2005). Value of conditioned reinforcers as a function of temporal context. Learning and Motivation, 36, 42-59.

Fantino, E. & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2005). Decision-making: Context matters. Behavioural Processes, 69(2), 165-171.

Fantino, E. (2004). Behavior-analytic approaches to decision making. Behavioural Processes, 279-288.

Fantino, E. & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2003). Context and its effect on transfer. Greek Economic Review, 22(2), 11-26.

Goldshmidt, J.N. & Fantino, E. (2003). Economic context and pigeons’ risk-taking: An integrative approach. Behavioural Processes, 65, 133-154.

Stolarz-Fantino, S., Fantino, E., Zizzo, D.J., & Wen, J. (2003). The conjunction effect: New evidence for robustness. American Journal of Psychology, 116, 15-34.

Fantino, E., Jaworski, B.A., Case, D.A., & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2003). Rules and problem solving: Another look. American Journal of Psychology, 116(4), 613-632.

Fantino, E., & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2002).The role of negative reinforcement; or: Is there an altruist in the house? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25(2), 257-258.

Fantino, E. (2002). The nurturing of a behavior analyst. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 77, 377-379. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Esfandiari, A. (2002). Probability matching: Encouraging optimal responding in humans. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2002, 56, 58-63.

Fantino, E., & Stolarz-Fantino, S. (2002). From patterns to prosperity: A review of Rachlins The Science of Self-Control . Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 78, 117-125.

Fantino, E. (2000). Context: a central concept. Behavioural Processes, 54, 95-110.

Zizzo, D. J., Stolarz-Fantino, S., Wen, J., & Fantino, E. (2000). A violation of the monotonicity axiom: Experimental evidence on the conjunction fallacy. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 41, 263-276.

Fantino, E., & Goldshmidt, J. N. (2000). Differences, not ratios, control choice in an experimental analogue to foraging. Psychological Science, 11, 229-233.

Goodie, A. S., & Fantino, E. (1999). What does and does not alleviate base-rate neglect under direct experience. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 12, 307-335.

Goldshmidt, J. N., Lattal, K. M., & Fantino, E. (1998). Context effects on choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 70, 301-320.

Fantino, E. (1998). Behavior analysis and decision making. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 69, 355-364. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (1998). Judgment and decision making: Behavioral approaches. The Behavior Analyst, 21, 203-218.

Fantino, E., Kulik, J., Stolarz-Fantino, S., & Wright, W. (1997). The conjunction fallacy: A test of averaging hypotheses. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 4, 96-101.

Stolarz-Fantino, S., Fantino, E., & Kulik, J. (1996). The conjunction fallacy: Differential incidence as a function of descriptive frames and educational context. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 21 , 208-218.

Goodie, A. S., & Fantino, E. (1996). Learning to commit or avoid the base-rate error. Nature, 380, 247-249.

Goodie, A. S., & Fantino, E. (1995). An experientially derived base-rate error in humans. Psychological Science, 6, 101-106.

Stolarz-Fantino, S., & Fantino. E. (1995). The experimental analysis of reasoning: A review of Gilovich’s “How We Know What Isn’t So.” Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 64 , 111-116.

Case, D.A., Ploog, B.O., & Fantino, E. (1990). Observing behavior in a computer game. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 54, 185-199. [PDF]

White, K.G., McCarthy, D., & Fantino, E. (1989). Cognition and behavior analysis. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52, 197-198. [PDF]

Hursh, S.R., Lea, S.E., & Fantino, E. (1988). Behavior analysis and biological factors. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50, 359-360. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Abarca, N. (1985). Choice, optimal foraging, and the delay reduction hypothesis. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 315-366.

Fantino, E., & Davison, M. (1983). Choice: Some quantitative relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 40, 1-13. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (1981). Second-order schedules with paired auditory brief stimuli. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 36, 343-352. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Moore, J. (1980). Uncertainty reduction, conditioned reinforcement, and observing. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 33, 3-13. [PDF]

Fantino, E., Dunn, R., & Meck, W. (1979). Percentage reinforcement and choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 32, 335-340. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Logan, C. A. (1979). The experimental analysis of behavior: A biological perspective. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman.

Fantino, E., Squires, N., Delbruck, N., & Peterson, C. (1972). Choice behavior and the accessibility of the reinforcer. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 18, 35-43. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Duncan, B. (1972). Some effects of interreinforcement time upon choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 17, 3-14. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (1969). Choice and rate of reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12, 723-730. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (1968). Effects of required rates of responding upon choice. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 11, 15-22. [PDF]

Fantino, E., & Herrnstein, R. J. (1968). Secondary reinforcement and number of primary reinforcements. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 11, 9-14. [PDF]

Fantino, E. (1967). Preference for mixed- versus fixed-ratio schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 10, 35-43. [PDF]

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