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Belief Elicitation and Information Search in Normal-Form Games. An Eye-Tracking Study

Abstract : We study the influence of belief elicitation on behavior and information search pattern in normal form games. Using eye-tracking, we analyse the hypotheses that 1) people will take the opponent's payoff more into account after (compared to before) the have been asked to form beliefs, 2) that people will show a one-sided search pattern when forming beliefs, taking much less into account their own payoff.
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Nathalie Popović. Belief Elicitation and Information Search in Normal-Form Games. An Eye-Tracking Study. Economics and Finance. 2014. ⟨dumas-01108286⟩

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