Objecting to experiments even while approving of the policies or treatments they compare
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020.
We resolve a controversy over two competing hypotheses about why people object to randomized experiments: 1) People unsurprisingly object to experiments only when they object to a policy or treatment the experiment contains, or 2) people can paradoxically object to experiments even when they approve of implementing either condition for ev...More
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