The study we aim to replicate finds that in strategic interactions a player is influenced by self-similarity. Therefore we analyse the actions and the reported beliefs of materialistic players in a two-player two-action symmetric game. If the reported beliefs are positively correlated with the action it constitutes evidence for the presence of self-similarity.
Original citation: Rubinstein, A. & Salant, Y. (2016). "Isn`t everyone like me?": On the presence of self-similarity in strategic interactions. Judgment and Decision Making, 11(2), 168-173.
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