BE 10 CHOICES UNDER RISK I.pptx - Behavioral Economics...

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Behavioral Economics Professor Joseph Lavallee (‘Joe’) [email protected]
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Midterm Results Midterm Grade = 15% of Total Course Grade Grades have been posted – Confirm that your online grade matches the grade on the feedback form. I will submit grades to the university after class -- after I submit, there will be no changes.
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Replication Grades Remaining Replication Grade = 20% of Total Course Grade (40% of “Daily Grade) I will assign Group and Individual Team Member Grades
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Your Proposals Most are nearly ready. After responding to my feedback & updating your PPTs, you will: Prepare your materials Show me updates, materials Conduct your experiment Analyze your results Present to class with PPTs
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Individual Contributions When you see me next week, you will complete a form listing the expected contributions of each person in your group in these areas. On week 17, all students must be present for presentations. Each team will give me a form telling me how much each person contributed, signed by all members.
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Example 1: Equal Contributions Joe’s grade for team effort = 80 Contribution % and Grade Sarah 25% 80 Amy 25% 80 John 25% 80 Bill 25% 80 I hope all groups will be like this!
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Example 2: Slightly Unequal Joe’s grade for team effort = 80 Contribution % and Grade* Sarah 30% 82 Amy 30% 82 John 20% 78 Bill 20% 78 You can agree on member grades but the average must be equal to the team grade.
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Example 1: Disappearing Member Joe’s grade for team effort = 80 Contribution % and Grade Sarah 33% 84* Amy 33% 84* John 33% 84* Bill 0% 0 *Plus or minus 4 is the maximum positive adjustment
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Participants Cannot be in this class! Preferably, students who have never taken Joe’s psychology class. Or any psychology class, for that matter.
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Ethics -- Informed Consent You must include a short statement like this one at the top of your form. “This is for an assignment in one of our classes in MCU’s International College. It will take about ___ minutes. Participation is voluntary and anonymous (we will not ask for your name or identifying information).” Do NOT say the name of the class and do not give any other information that might influence their responses!!
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Show me your materials BEFORE YOU START, show me all of your materials and be ready to answer questions about your participants and step-by-step procedure .
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Weeks 10-12: Show me your materials Make an appointment to see me at one of these times (weeks 10-12): Tuesday, 4-6pm, Room E301 Thursday, 2-4pm, Room I235
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Team member contributions: When you meet, tell me who will: 1. Prepare for actual experiment a. Prepare materials & forms b. Recruit participants c.
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