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The control of game form recognition in experiments: Understanding dominant strategy failures in a simple two person “Guessing” game

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  • Chou, Eileen
  • McConnell, Margaret
  • Nagel, Rosemarie
  • Plott, Charles R.

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  • Chou, Eileen & McConnell, Margaret & Nagel, Rosemarie & Plott, Charles R., 2007. "The control of game form recognition in experiments: Understanding dominant strategy failures in a simple two person “Guessing” game," Working Papers 1274, California Institute of Technology, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
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