Well-Being

1. Bhargava, S., Kassam, K.S., Morewedge, C., and Loewenstein, G. “New Evidence on the Hedonic and Time-Use Consequences of Children,“ Working Paper.

2. Bhargava, S., Kassam, K.S., Morewedge, C., and Loewenstein, G. “Gender Differences in Experienced Love,

Working Paper. 

3. Patterson, M., Bhargava, S., and Loewenstein, G. “An Unhealthy Attitude? New Insight into the Modest Effects of the NLEA,” Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 15-26, 2017.

 

4. Chin, A., Markey, A., Bhargava, S., Kassam, K.S., and Loewenstein, G. “Bored in the USA:  Using Experience Sampling to Determine Boredom's Contextual and Demographic Correlates,” Emotion, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 359-368, 2017.

 

5. Bhargava, S., Kassam, K.S., and Loewenstein, G. “A Reassessment of the ‘Defense of Parenthood’,” Psychological Science, Vol. 25, Issue 1, 2014.

Health

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Saurabh

Bhargava

Associate Professor of Economics

Dept. of Social & Decision Sciences

Carnegie Mellon University

sbhar@andrew.cmu.edu