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Graphic image showing the words "split" and "steal" on round signs, with two gold balls in the background
We are looking for participants aged 18-40 for our research study investigating how people make decisions in two-player games. The study involves rating videos from a Split/Steal study. The Split/Steal game involves sharing points by deciding whether to split or steal points in each round.
Participants who played the game could see each other via a live webcam video during the game. The webcam video was recorded and you will be watching clips from these videos and rating them on several scales. The study lasts up to 30 minutes and you will be compensated for your time.
To take part, you must be in good health, have normal or corrected to normal vision, and be fluent in English.
If you are interested in participating and would like some more information please contact
Ethics approval number: OxTREC Reference: 513-17