School or Research Centre
School of Health and Human Sciences
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Southern Cross University
sports betting, heuristics, online gambling
Bowling, Alison C. and Grant, Leigh D. (2018) data from: Overconfidence and the conjunction fallacy in sports betting behaviour. http://dx.doi.org/10.4226/47/5ad57a1d6dbb1
Respondents were asked whether or not they would bet on the outcomes of eight single pairs of NRL matches. Sports betting behaviour, gambling consumption, overconfidence and other demographics were also obtained.
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