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"Trust is heritable, whereas distrust is not." Oliver Schilke, Martin Reimann, and Karen S. Cook. PNAS, July, 2017.
“Trust is Extensible: A Field Experiment on Airbnb’s User Population.” Bruno Abrahao, Paolo Parigi, Alok Gupta, Karen S. Cook. PNAS, August 28, 2017.
“Long-Term Implications of Cancer for Work and Financial Wellbeing: Evidence from Autologous Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) Survivors.” Irena Stepanikova, Karen Powroznik, Karen S. Cook, Kathryn Tierney, Ginna Laport. Maturitas 2017.
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