Theoretic prediction on equilibrium behavior on depend on the assumption of inflexibility of belief between choice and belief, and of choice across situations sharing the game theoretic structure. Researchers rarely have the knowledge of the actual belief of the subject and barely compare how human subject behaves in settings with shared game theoretic structure but that differ in other aspects. Most researchers on human behavior utilize a belief elicitation mechanism that are roughly like to a forecast market, in a workshop location to recognize subject beliefs regarding human behavior and choices (Laub, 2006). Human subjects are flexible in making choice and beliefs, and the relationship between belief and choice is similarly flexible. As a result, it is advisable for researcher dealing with human subject to improve their ability to predict human behaviors and account for the flexible human nature in terms of choice and belief (Andrews & Bonta, 2010).
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The emphasis is on protection of the participants from psychological and emotionally distressed by the investigator during a research. To avoid disqualification of a research, investigators should comply with the directives by ensuring protection of rights of participants.
Andrews, D. A., & Bonta, J. (2010). The psychology of criminal conduct. Routledge.
Laub, J. H. (2006). EDWIN H. SUTHERLAND AND THE MICHAEL‐ADLER REPORT: SEARCHING FOR THE SOUL OF CRIMINOLOGY SEVENTY YEARS LATER*. Criminology, 44(2), 235-258.