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Beschreibung: In this project we are meta-analyzing the empirical evidence on the validity and reliability of specific behavioral risk-taking tasks. One issue of such tasks is that they are often implemented very flexibly, making a general assessment of their performance difficult. This project is thus particularly well suited for persons who have a strong methodological and statistical interest / background and are eager to apply state-of-the-art meta-analytic techniques.
Kontakt: Renato Frey, E-Mail