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Dhami, MK and Mandel, DR (2012) Forecasted risk taking in youth: evidence for a bounded-rationality perspective Synthese.

Dhami, MK and Mandel, DR (2012) Crime as risk taking Psychology, Crime and Law, 18 (4). pp. 389-403.

Kamleitner, B, Mandel, DR and Dhami, MK (2011) Risky discounts: Do people prefer them on a per-item or per-purchase basis and why? Journal of Economic Psychology, 32 (6). pp. 951-961.

Dhami, MK, Mandel, DR and Garcia-Retamero, R (2011) Canadian and Spanish youths' risk perceptions of drinking and driving, and riding with a drunk driver International Journal of Psychology, 46 (2). pp. 81-90.

Dhami, MK, Mandel, DR and Sothmann, K (2007) An evaluation of post-adoption services CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES REVIEW, 29 (2). pp. 162-179.

Dhami, MK, Mandel, DR, Loewenstein, G and Ayton, P (2006) Prisoners' positive illusions of their post-release success LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 30 (6). pp. 631-647.

Mandel, DR and Dhami, MK (2005) Introduction to the special issue, psychological perspectives on threats to democracy Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 5 (1). pp. 205-207.

Conference or Workshop Item

Kamleitner, B, Dhami, MK, Mandel, DR, McGill, AL and Shavitt, S (2009) Gambling for a Discount: Preferring Discount Per Item to Discount Per Purchase? In: 36th Annual Conference of the Association-for-Consumer-Research, 2008-10-23 - 2008-10-26, San Francisco, CA.

Mandel, DR and Dhami, MK (2005) "What I did" versus "what I might have done": Effect of factual versus counterfactual thinking on blame, guilt, and shame in prisoners In: 16th Annual Convention of the American-Psychological-Society, 2004-05-27 - 2004-05-30, Chicago, IL.

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