Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments - evidence from a natural field experiment

@article{Kassis2021PsychologicalPA,
  title={Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments - evidence from a natural field experiment},
  author={Mark Kassis and Sascha L. Schmidt and Dominik Schreyer and Matthias Sutter},
  journal={Games Econ. Behav.},
  year={2021},
  volume={126},
  pages={278-287}
}
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