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Although eye-tracking is useful for investigating economic decision-making processes, it remains unclear whether monetary incentives affect eye movements. The current study used a binary risky choice experiment with two incentive conditions: real incentive and hypothetical incentive. Eye...
The growth of artificial intelligence applications requires to find out which explanatory variables mostly contribute to the predictions. Model-agnostic methods, such as SHapley Additive exPlanations (SHAP) can solve this problem: they can determine the contribution of each variable to the...
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