1 Student Project: Replication of Rubinstein & Salant (2016, JDM, Study 1)+

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Description: This project is part of the Hagen Cumulative Science Project and replicates Rubinstein, A., & Salant, Y. (2016). " Isn't everyone like me?": On the presence of self-similarity in strategic interactions. Judgment & Decision Making, 11(2), 168-173

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Original citation. Rubinstein, A., & Salant, Y. (2016). " Isn't everyone like me?": On the presence of self-similarity in strategic interactions. Judgment & Decision Making, 11(2), 168-173. Target of replication. The target of our replication is to test if the strategic interactions a player’s beliefs about his opponent’s action are influenced by self-similarity consideration The project contains...

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