All about mul­ti­play­er experiments

Maarten Speeken­brink, UCL


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Run­ning stud­ies online pro­vides us access to a much wider vari­ety of par­tic­i­pants than run­ning stud­ies in the lab. It also allows us to let par­tic­i­pants inter­act with peo­ple they would not nor­mal­ly inter­act with, in a con­ve­nient and com­plete­ly anony­mous envi­ron­ment. In this talk, I will describe how we con­duct­ed mul­ti­play­er exper­i­ments in our lab. I will briefly describe the tech­nol­o­gy used, as well as prac­ti­cal pit­falls we encoun­tered and our solu­tions. I will also show­case some of the mul­ti­play­er exper­i­ments we were able to con­duct, with top­ics rang­ing from cli­mate change to social learn­ing in eco­nom­ic games.

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All about mul­ti­play­er experiments