Estimating Biases in Smoking Cessation: Evidence From a FIeld Experiment

This study titled “Estimating Biases in Smoking Cessation: Evidence From a FIeld Experiment” was written by Frank Chaloupka, PhD, Matthew Levy, PhD, and Justin White, PhD. The study examines biases of smokers including “present” and “projection” biases and finds that smokers’ choices lead to private welfare losses of up to $400 per week.