True Lies: Comment on Garbarino, Slonim and Villeval (2018)

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Authors David HughJones
Journal/Conference Name APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
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Paper Abstract Garbarino, Slonim and Villeval (2018) describe a new method to calculate the probability distribution of the proportion of lies told in “coin flip” style experiments. I show that their estimates and confidence intervals are flawed. I demonstrate two better ways to estimate the probability distribution of what we really care about – the proportion of liars – and I provide R software to do this.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language R
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