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Elise Payzan-LeNestour
Elise Payzan-LeNestour
Associate Professor in Finance, UNSW Business School
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
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The neural representation of unexpected uncertainty during value-based decision making
E Payzan-LeNestour, S Dunne, P Bossaerts, JP O’Doherty
Neuron 79 (1), 191-201, 2013
2512013
Risk, unexpected uncertainty, and estimation uncertainty: Bayesian learning in unstable settings
E Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts
PLoS computational biology 7 (1), e1001048, 2011
2352011
Do not bet on the unknown versus try to find out more: estimation uncertainty and “unexpected uncertainty” both modulate exploration
… Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts
Frontiers in neuroscience 6, 150, 2012
412012
Learning about unstable, publicly unobservable payoffs
E Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts
The Review of Financial Studies 28 (7), 1874-1913, 2015
262015
Variance after-effects distort risk perception in humans
E Payzan-LeNestour, BW Balleine, T Berrada, J Pearson
Current biology 26 (11), 1500-1504, 2016
192016
Bayesian learning in unstable settings: Experimental evidence based on the bandit problem
E Payzan-LeNestour
Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper 10 (28), 1-41, 2010
152010
Can people learn about ‘black swans’? Experimental evidence
E Payzan-LeNestour
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (12), 4815-4862, 2018
122018
'Outlier Blindness': Efficient Coding Generates an Inability to Represent Extreme Values
E Payzan-LeNestour, M Woodford
Available at SSRN 3152166, 2020
92020
Risk, estimation uncertainty, and unexpected uncertainty: Bayesian learning in unstable settings
E Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts
PLoS Computational Biology 6, 29-30, 2010
82010
Outlier blindness: A neurobiological foundation for neglect of financial risk
E Payzan-LeNestour, M Woodford
Journal of Financial Economics 143 (3), 1316-1343, 2022
62022
The “waterfall illusion” in financial markets: how risk perception is distorted after exposure to extreme risk
E Payzan-LeNestour, L Pradier, T Putnins
Working paper, November, 2020
52020
Picking pennies
E Payzan-LeNestour
UNSW Business School Research Paper, 2019
4*2019
What is neurofinance
E Payzan-LeNestour
Inaugural symposium of the sloan-nomis program on attentional and perceptual†…, 2017
42017
Fooled By Randomness? Financial Decision-Making Under Tail Risk
E Payzan-LeNestour
Working Paper, 2015
42015
Learning to choose the right investment in an unstable world
E Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts
Paris December 2012 Finance Meeting EUROFIDAI-AFFI Paper, 2012
42012
Learning to choose the right investment in an unstable world: Experimental evidence based on the bandit problem
E Payzan-LeNestour
Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper, 2012
32012
Impact of ambient sound on risk perception in humans: neuroeconomic investigations
E Payzan-LeNestour, L Pradier, J Doran, G Nave, B Balleine
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
22021
behavioral and neural foundations of framing-effects
S Bourgeois-Gironde, … Payzan, R Giraud
seminar Psychology Dpt, Princeton U, 2005
22005
Digesting anomalies: An investment approach
K Hou, C Xue, L Zhang, E Payzan-LeNestour, P Bossaerts, ō Norli, ...
Review of Financial Studies, 0
2
Craving for Money? Empirical Evidence from the Laboratory and the Field
E Payzan-LeNestour, J Doran
Empirical Evidence from the Laboratory and the Field (March 1, 2022), 2022
12022
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