Feltovich, N., & Swierzbinski, J. (2011). The role of strategic uncertainty in games: an experimental study of cheap talk and unstructured bargaining in the Nash demand game. European Economic Review, 55, 554-574.
Buchheit, S., & Feltovich, N. (2011). Experimental evidence of a sunk-cost paradox: a study of pricing behavior in Bertrand-Edgeworth duopoly. International Economic Review, 52, 317-347.
Duffy, J., & Feltovich, N. (2010). Correlated equilibria, good and bad: an experimental study. International Economic Review, 51(3), 701-721.
Bracht, J., & Feltovich, N. (2009). Whatever you say, your reputation precedes you: observation and cheap talk in the trust game. Journal of Public Economics, 93(9-10), 1036-1044.
Duffy, J., & Feltovich, N. (2006). Words, deeds, and lies: strategic behaviour in games with multiple signals. Review of Economic Studies, 73(3), 669-688.
Feltovich, N. (2003). Nonparametric tests of differences in medians: comparison of the Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney and robust rank-order tests. Experimental Economics, 6(3), 273-297.
Feltovich, N., Harbaugh, R., & To, T. (2002). Too cool for school? Signalling and Countersignalling. RAND Journal of Economics, 33(4), 630-649.
Duffy, J., & Feltovich, N. (2002). Do actions speak louder than words? An experimental comparison of observation and cheap talk. Games and Economic Behavior, 39(1), 1-27.
Feltovich, N. (2000). Reinforcement-based vs. beliefs-based learning in experimental asymmetric-information games. Econometrica, 68(3), 605-641.
Duffy, J., & Feltovich, N. (1999). Does observation of others affect learning in strategic environments? An experimental study. International Journal of Game Theory, 28(1), 131-152.