Where we examine high-stakes strategic choice using more than 40 years of data from "The Price Is Right"
Where we attempt to replicate the finding that being slightly behind halfway through a competition increases the chance of winning.
How we used data from the Dutch version of the TV game show Deal or No Deal to study gender differences in willingness to compete for high stakes.
The impact of social norms on peer punishment, and their effect on cooperation in the long run.
How we used data from the British game show Golden Balls to study lying when the stakes are high.
What we learned about improving estimation accuracy by studying decisions made in casinos. A story involving an unlucky ox, pearls, diamonds, poker chips, and €300,000.
How we used data from the British game show Golden Balls to study cooperation when the stakes are high.