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Process of Google Consumer Surveys. Survey Experiment with Google Consumer Surveys: Promise and Pitfalls. Randolph Stevenson, Rice University ; Raymond Duch , University of Oxford Robert Stein, Rice University; Philip Santoso , Rice Universit y. Results.

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Survey experiment with google consumer surveys promise and pitfalls

Process of Google Consumer Surveys

Survey Experiment with Google Consumer Surveys: Promise and Pitfalls

Randolph Stevenson, Rice University ; Raymond Duch, University of Oxford

Robert Stein, Rice University; Philip Santoso, Rice University

Results

Economic Games: The Ultimatum Game

Reported results for GCS drop DK responses. *Green and Kern Results are for % choosing too much

Table 1: Descriptive Chart

Example of a Survey Wall

Economic Games: The Dictator Game

Table 2: Experiments’ Sample

Costs Structure

Compare to: Ben-Ner et al. (2008) who conducted standard Dictator Game with hypothetical payoffs from $0-$10, with 200 undergraduates (times 2 trials) in a laboratory setting. Average: amount given in that game was $3.08


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