Friday, June 12, 2015

EPS Lincoln

The next meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society will take in Lincoln. I will present my study in which I examined whether grouping the attributes of each alternative (by means of a bounding box) in a risky choice leads to more eye movements within a choice (no) and a stronger influence of the expected value difference between the choices (no).

The full abstract can be found in the abstract book.

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