Experimental subjects are not different

@inproceedings{Exadaktylos2013ExperimentalSA,
  title={Experimental subjects are not different},
  author={Filippos Exadaktylos and Antonio M. Esp{\'i}n and Pablo Bra{\~n}as-Garza},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
Experiments using economic games are becoming a major source for the study of human social behavior. These experiments are usually conducted with university students who voluntarily choose to participate. Across the natural and social sciences, there is some concern about how this "particular" subject pool may systematically produce biased results. Focusing on social preferences, this study employs data from a survey-experiment conducted with a representative sample of a city's population (N… CONTINUE READING

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