Items for Piehlmaier, Dominik

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Article

Piehlmaier, Dominik M (2022) Bot detection in online studies and experiments. SAGE Research Methods.

Piehlmaier, Dominik M (2022) Overconfidence and the adoption of robo-advice: why overconfident investors drive the expansion of automated financial advice. Financial Innovation, 8 (1). a14 1-24. ISSN 2199-4730

Piehlmaier, Dominik M (2020) Overconfidence among young decision-makers: assessing the effectiveness of a video intervention and the role of gender, age, feedback, and repetition. Scientific Reports, 10 (1). a3984. ISSN 2045-2322

Warmath, Dee, Piehlmaier, Dominik and Robb, Cliff (2019) The impact of shared financial decision making on overconfidence for married adults. Financial Planning Review, 2 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 2573-8615

Book Section

Piehlmaier, Dominik M (2022) Predictive approaches to customer loyalty: the impact of missing data on the predictability of customer loyalty models. In: Keeling, Debbie Isobel, de Ruyter, Ko and Cox, David (eds.) Handbook of Research on Customer Loyalty. Research Handbooks in Business and Management . Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 129-141. ISBN 9781800371620

Conference or Workshop Item

Piehlmaier, Dominik, Warmath, Dee and Robb, Cliff (2017) The lone wolf of Wall Street: the connection between isolated financial decision-making and overconfidence. In: Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Meeting, Vancouver.

Conference Proceedings

Piehlmaier, Dominik Manuel, Warmath, Dee and Robb, Cliff (2018) The one man show: experimental evidence for the impact of joint decision-making on overconfidence. Published in: Consumer Interests Annual. 64 1-4. American Council on Consumer Interests, South Dakota.

Book

Piehlmaier, Dominik (2013) Irrational and overrated: is Our unrealistic self-perception connected to educational achievements? Anchor Academic Publishing, Hamburg. ISBN 978-3954890750

Other

Piehlmaier, Dominik M (2020) [Behind the paper] Cocky kids: sticky overconfidence among 4-to-6-year-olds. Behavioural & Social Sciences [weblog article, 26 March 2020]. Behavioural & Social Sciences.

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