Martin Van der Linden
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Perception of time as a function of age
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To extend on @BenCole comment, an interesting summary of different models of time perceptions can be found in this paper. These models are in a sense more descriptive than the fundamental biological ...

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How do people perceive subjective scales?
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If I understand you correctly, you are trying to learn about good practice in designing studies involving subjective scales? Then getting actual answers to such surveys might not be very helpful. You ...

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Are people more likely to pick the odd one out?
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I am not sure I understand the refill example, and I do not have any empirical study in mind, but here is a classical fictitious example drawn from Mas-Collel, Winsthon and Green, Microeconomics, ...

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Which morals are universal across the species?
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There is a famous Ted talk on the topic of fairness, by Frans de Waal. It does not really address the question of whether the moral of fairness is universal across all species, but makes a very ...

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Open source software for running Internet psychological experiments that collect reaction time data
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You should have a look at otree, "a Django-based framework for implementing multiplayer decision strategy games". It is manly designed for experimental economics, but it is a very neat and versatile ...

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List of experiments contradicting the expected utility model
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I asked the same question in the private beta of the newly open Economics.SE and got some interesting answers. You can check them out at https://economics.stackexchange.com/questions/95/experiments-...

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Software for online psychological experiments that don't require users to download anything
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You should have a look at otree, "a Django-based framework for implementing multiplayer decision strategy games". It is manly designed for experimental economics, but it is a very neat and versatile ...

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