### Decision-Making Experiment: Choices between Gambles

This is a study of decision making like Exp A. Instructions are the same.

```Email address:
We will notify you by email if you are a winner.
Country:
Age: You must be over 18 years to participate.
Are you Male or Female?
Female
OR
Male

Education (in years).
If you are a college graduate, put 16.
If you have a Ph.D., put 20.
Education:  Years.

Now, look at the first choice, No. 1, below.   Would you rather play:
A: fifty-fifty chance of winning either \$100 or \$0 (nothing),
OR
B: fifty-fifty chance to win either \$25 or \$35.

Think of probability as the number of tickets in a bag containing 100 tickets,
divided by 100.  Gamble A has 50 tickets that say \$100 and 50 that say \$0,
so the probability to win \$100 is .50 and the probability to get \$0 is .50.
If someone reaches in bag A, half the time they might win \$0 and half the
time \$100.  But in this study, you only get to play a gamble once, so the
prize will be either \$0 or \$100.  Gamble B's bag has 100 tickets also, but 50 of
them say \$25 and 50 of them say \$35.  Bag B thus guarantees at least \$25,
but the most you can win is \$35.  Some will prefer A and others will prefer B.
To mark your choice, click the button next to A or B.  Notice that the dot
next to No. 1 will empty and fill in the button next to your choice.

For each choice below, click the button beside the gamble
you would rather play.  Winners will be notified by email.
Void where prohibited by law.

1. Which do you choose?
A: .50 probability to win \$0
.50 probability to win \$100
OR
B: .50 probability to win \$25
.50 probability to win \$35

2. Which do you choose?
C: .50 probability to win \$0
.50 probability to win \$100
OR
D: .50 probability to win \$35
.50 probability to win \$45

3. Which do you choose?
E: .50 probability to win \$50
.30 probability to win \$96
.20 probability to win \$100
OR
F: .50 probability to win \$50
.30 probability to win \$62
.20 probability to win \$100

4. Which do you choose?
G: .40 probability to win \$2
.50 probability to win \$12
.10 probability to win \$110
OR
H: .40 probability to win \$2
.50 probability to win \$96
.10 probability to win \$110

5. Which do you choose?
I: \$80 for sure
OR
J: .20 probability to win \$0
.80 probability to win \$100

6. Which do you choose?
K: .20 probability to win \$0
.80 probability to win \$10
OR
L: .90 probability to win \$0
.10 probability to win \$80

7. Which do you choose?
M: .20 probability to win \$0
.80 probability to win \$50
OR
N: \$40 for sure

8. Which do you choose?
O: \$20 for sure
OR
P: .80 probability to win \$0
.20 probability to win \$100

9. Which do you choose?
Q: .20 probability to win \$0
.80 probability to win \$50
OR
R: .60 probability to win \$0
.40 probability to win \$100

10. Which do you choose?
S: \$95 for sure
OR
T: .05 probability to win \$0
.95 probability to win \$100

11. Which do you choose?
U: .60 probability to win \$0
.40 probability to win \$50
OR
V: \$20 for sure

12. Which do you choose?
W: .80 probability to win \$0
.20 probability to win \$50
OR
X: .90 probability to win \$0
.10 probability to win \$100

13. Which do you choose?
Y: \$5 for sure
OR
Z: .95 probability to win \$0
.05 probability to win \$100

14. Which do you choose?
a: \$90 for sure
OR
b: .10 probability to win \$0
.90 probability to win \$100

15. Which do you choose?
c: .60 probability to win \$0
.40 probability to win \$50
OR
d: .80 probability to win \$0
.20 probability to win \$100

16. Which do you choose?
e: .80 probability to win \$0
.20 probability to win \$50
OR
f: \$10 for sure

17. Which do you choose?
g: \$10 for sure
OR
h: .90 probability to win \$0
.10 probability to win \$100

18. Which do you choose?
i: .90 probability to win \$0
.10 probability to win \$80
OR
j: \$8 for sure

19. Which do you choose?
k: \$50 for sure
OR
l: .50 probability to win \$0
.50 probability to win \$100

20. Which do you choose?
m: \$8 for sure
OR
n: .20 probability to win \$0
.80 probability to win \$10
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21. Have you ever read a scientific paper
(i.e., a journal article or book) on the theory of
decision making or on the psychology of decision making?

No. Never.
OR
Yes, I have.

Winners will be notified by email.  If you share an email address, include your
name in the comments below, so we can identify the winner.

Please check to make sure that you have answered all of the Questions.

When you are finished, push this button to send your data:

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