Golman, R., Loewenstein, G., Molnar, A., & Saccardo, S. (in press). The Demand for, and Avoidance of, Information. Management Science.
Molnar, A., & Loewenstein, G. (in press). Thoughts and players: An introduction to old and new economic perspectives on beliefs. In J. Musolino, J. Sommer, & P. Hemmer (Eds.), The Cognitive Science of Belief. Cambridge University Press
VanEpps*, E. M., Molnar*, A., Downs, J. S., & Loewenstein, G. (2021). Choosing the Light Meal: Real-time Aggregation of Calorie Information Reduces Meal Calories. Journal of Marketing Research, 58(5), 948–967. *joint first authors
Molnar, A. (2020). How to implement real-time interaction between participants in online surveys: A practical guide to SMARTRIQS. The Quantitative Methods for Psychology, 16(4), 334–354.
Molnar, A. (2019). SMARTRIQS: A Simple Method Allowing Real Time Respondent Interaction in Qualtrics Surveys. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 22, 161-169.
Loewenstein, G., & Molnar, A. (2018). The renaissance of belief-based utility in economics. Nature Human Behaviour, 2(3), 166-167.
Heintz, C., Karabegovic, M., & Molnar, A. (2016). The co-evolution of honesty and strategic vigilance. Frontiers in psychology, 7, 1503.
Molnar, A., Chaudhry, S. J., & Loewenstein, G. (under review). “It’s not about the money. It’s about sending a message!”: Unpacking the components of revenge. Revise & Resubmit, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Molnar, A., & Loewenstein, G. (under review). The False and the Furious: People are more disturbed by others' false beliefs than by differences in beliefs.
Molnar, A., & Golman, R. (under review). Impatience for Information: Curiosity is Here Today, Gone Tomorrow.
Molnar, A., Moore, A., Fowler, C., & Wu, G. (2021). Seen and Not Seen: Making Sense of Ambiguous Behavior During the COVID-19 Pandemic. SSRN.
Molnar, A., & Chaudhry, S. J. (2020). The lesser of two evils: Explaining a bad choice by revealing the choice set. PsyArXiv.
Molnar, A., Heintz, C. (2016). Beliefs about people’s prosociality: eliciting predictions in dictator games. CEU Working Papers, Department of Economics, Central European University.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Barriers to forgiveness: Why we can’t forgive those who hold wrong beliefs. (with Nick Epley, data collection in progress)
Chaudhry, S. J., Molnar, A., & Saccardo, S. (data collection in progress). When to promote and when to play down the self?: Revealing negative information to create a positive impression.
Regret lotteries and the preference for correlated risks. (with Alejandro Martínez-Marquina and George Loewenstein, data collection in progress)