varfun.Tversky.1: varfun.Tversky.1

Description Usage Arguments Value Variables References

View source: R/manylabRs_SOURCE.R

Description

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#16_tversky

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#16_tversky

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#16_tversky

Usage

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Arguments

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

Value

Dataset ready for analysis

Dataset ready for analysis

Dataset ready for analysis

Variables

tver1.1=choice ($250 wall hanging condition, yes=1, no=2); tver2.1=choice ($30 wall hanging cond, yes=1, no=2).

tver1.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $30, and a wall hanging for $250. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $240 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

tver2.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $250, and a wall hanging for $30. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $20 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

tver1.1=choice ($250 wall hanging condition, yes=1, no=2); tver2.1=choice ($30 wall hanging cond, yes=1, no=2).

tver1.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $30, and a wall hanging for $250. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $240 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

tver2.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $250, and a wall hanging for $30. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $20 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

tver1.1=choice ($250 wall hanging condition, yes=1, no=2); tver2.1=choice ($30 wall hanging cond, yes=1, no=2).

tver1.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $30, and a wall hanging for $250. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $240 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

tver2.1 Imagine that you are about to purchase a ceramic vase for $250, and a wall hanging for $30. The salesman informs you that the wall hanging you wish to buy is on sale for $20 at the other branch of the store, located 20 minutes drive away. Would you make the trip to the other store? m Yes, I would go to the other branch. (1) m No, I would not go to the other branch. (2)

References

Tversky, A., Kahneman, D. (1981). The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice. Science, 211, 453-458.

Tversky, A., Kahneman, D. (1981). The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice. Science, 211, 453-458.

Tversky, A., Kahneman, D. (1981). The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice. Science, 211, 453-458.


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