Subject: Monty Hall, task-form understanding, bias triggers, default effect, illusion of control, errors of omission and commission
jel: jel:C9 | jel:D8
Monty Hall is a difficult task which triggers multiple biases. With sophisticated subjects and treatments that reverse and eliminate these triggers, non-rational choice is greatly reduced. Among task-familiar subjects, non-rational choice can can fall to background-erro... View more
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