Dependent variables
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It’s not just how the game is played, it’s whether you win or lose
Sci Adv, Jul 17, 2019; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aau1156

The exact framing for our main dependent variables is provided here. For our question about the most (least) important factor, we asked the following: “Please select which of these factors was most (least) important in determining the outcome of the game.” The possible answers for these questions were as follows: luck, card-playing skills, and card exchanging. For our fairness question, we asked the following: “Would you say the results of the game were...” for which participants had to select between fair or unfair. In addition to these two options, we allowed participants to explain in words why they selected their answers. As mentioned, both the order in which these three questions appeared to participants and the possible choices within each question were randomized. After these three questions, we also asked participants about their emotional reactions to the outcomes of the game as follows: “How do you feel about your results in the game?” for which they were shown four different emoticons that represented the following emotions: happiness, sadness, indifference, and anger. The arrangement in which these emoticons were presented to participants was also randomized.

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