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  • The Framing of Games and the Psychology of Play
Author
  • Heike Hennig-Schmidt
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • Psychological game theory can help provide a rational choice explanation of framing effects; frames influence beliefs, beliefs influence motivations. We explain this theoretically, and explore the empirical relevance experimentally. In a 2×2 design of one-shot public good games we show that frames affect subject’s first- and second-order beliefs, and contributions. From a psychological game-theoretic framework we derive two mutually compatible hypotheses about guilt aversion and reciprocity under which contributions are related to second- and first-order beliefs, respectively. Our results are consistent with either.
  • Framing, psychological games, guilt aversion, reciprocity, public good games, voluntary cooperation
  • RePEc:bon:bonedp:bgse15_2008
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