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Stephanie Stolarz-Fantino

Title(s)Associate Project Scientist, Psychology
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    1. Bundling the Way to Bankruptcy: Economic Theory Should Inform the Design of Sugary-Drink Menus Used in Research. Psychol Sci. 2018 08; 29(8):1376-1379. Wilson BM, Stolarz-Fantino S. PMID: 29733757.
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    2. Increased False-Memory Susceptibility After Mindfulness Meditation. Psychol Sci. 2015 Oct; 26(10):1567-73. Wilson BM, Mickes L, Stolarz-Fantino S, Evrard M, Fantino E. PMID: 26341562.
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    3. Regulating the way to obesity: unintended consequences of limiting sugary drink sizes. PLoS One. 2013; 8(4):e61081. Wilson BM, Stolarz-Fantino S, Fantino E. PMID: 23593397.
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    4. GAMBLING: SOMETIMES UNSEEMLY; NOT WHAT IT SEEMS. Anal Gambl Behav. 2008; 2(2):61-68. Fantino E, Stolarz-Fantino S. PMID: 21614146.
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    5. How reinforcer type affects choice in economic games. Behav Processes. 2007 Jun; 75(2):107-14. Fantino E, Gaitan S, Kennelly A, Stolarz-Fantino S. PMID: 17353099.
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    6. Use of base rates and case cue information in making likelihood estimates. Mem Cognit. 2006 Apr; 34(3):603-18. Stolarz-Fantino S, Fantino E, Van Borst N. PMID: 16933769.
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    7. Decision-making: Context matters. Behav Processes. 2005 May 31; 69(2):165-71. Fantino E, Stolarz-Fantino S. PMID: 15845305.
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    8. The rules we choose by. Behav Processes. 2005 May 31; 69(2):151-3; author reply 159-63. Stolarz-Fantino S, Fantino E. PMID: 15845302.
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    9. Rules and problem solving: another look. Am J Psychol. 2003; 116(4):613-32. Fantino E, Jaworski BA, Case DA, Stolarz-Fantino S. PMID: 14723246.
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    10. The conjunction effect: new evidence for robustness. Am J Psychol. 2003; 116(1):15-34. Stolarz-Fantino S, Fantino E, Zizzo DJ, Wen J. PMID: 12710220.
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    11. Cognition and behavior analysis: a review of Rachlin's judgment, decision, and choice. J Exp Anal Behav. 1990 Nov; 54(3):317-22. Stolarz-Fantino S, Fantino E. PMID: 2103586.
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