Instructions for Choices between Mixed Gambles
In this study, you are asked to choose between two gambles that each have three equally likely outcomes.
You can imagine that there are two containers, one for each gamble that have exactly 99 tickets in them.
There are 33 tickets for each outcome, meaning that each of the three outcomes is equally likely. Because
there are three equally likely outcomes in each gamble, the probability to receive the first, second,
or third outcome is 1/3, 1/3, and 1/3.
For example, consider the first choice below: