The determinants of response time in a repeated constant-sum game: A robust Bayesian hierarchical dual-process model

@article{Spiliopoulos2018TheDO,
  title={The determinants of response time in a repeated constant-sum game: A robust Bayesian hierarchical dual-process model},
  author={Leonidas Spiliopoulos},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2018},
  volume={172},
  pages={107-123}
}
The investigation of response time and behavior has a long tradition in cognitive psychology, particularly for non-strategic decision-making. Recently, experimental economists have also studied response time in strategic interactions, but with an emphasis on either one-shot games or repeated social-dilemmas. I investigate the determinants of response time in a repeated (pure-conflict) game, admitting a unique mixed strategy Nash equilibrium, with fixed partner matching. Response times depend… CONTINUE READING

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