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What are the goals for Present and Future Behavioural Research?
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Size:

  • Does the size of a group influence the behaviour of group members?
  • Can we detect non-linear scaling laws?
  • Do we observe interactions with other dimensions?
  • Can we perform online experiments with hundreds or thousands of participants?

Time:

  • Do real-time games qualitatively differ from turn-based games?
  • Can we observe people playing games for long periods of time?
  • Can we realize highly controlled yet highly realistic experiments?

Granularity:

  • Exploring the full space of model parameter of a theory
  • Perform large number of repetitions to produce more accurate effect-size estimates.
  • Can we detect non-linear effects of treatments.

 

 

 

 

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