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New post 11 Jul 2018, 14:52
I think this is a high-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation. I ended up choosing E over A; if there was a group of volunteers who had already known the rules of the game, I would think those volunteers would hold an advantage over volunteers who did not know the rules; you would not have to establish an understanding of the rules first and have to switch between the actions of the game and referencing choices within the game's rules. I would argue that having experience in understanding the experiment beforehand would have more of an impact on the experiments' results than gender bias. I do understand that gender bias could have an inherent effect (perhaps females have higher cognitive flexibility or vice versa). Tough choice!
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New post 15 Jan 2019, 05:50
A question with an extremely poor quality (to be completely honest). Whoever is writing these questions needs to quit doing so immediately. Correct answer should definitely be E.
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New post 11 Apr 2019, 04:22
I think this is a high-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation. Knowing the rules of the game you are playing ahead of the experiemnt (aka. structure and set-up of game played; as the answer choice was "rules of the games") is a significant factor impacting the experiment, as prior knowledge of the game especially in strategy games, results in less time to learn and understand the game, thus producing better results, as less time is "wasted" on the "tutorial" phase. The question should be "knew the rules of the experiment" if that was the intended answer. If the answer was intended as displayed, it is incorrect to assume this is not relevant to know before the experiment starts.
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