Chorus et al. 2019 put forward the hypothesis that sometimes when people make choices they wish to hide their true motivation from a potential onlooker. The obfuscatoR package allows researchers to easily create experimental designs to test the obfuscation hypothesis, i.e. when properly incentivized are people able to obfuscate?
References: Chorus et al., 2021, Obfuscation maximization-based decision-making: Theory, methodology and first empirical evicence, Mathematical Social Sciences, 109, 28-44
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This research has received funding from the European Research Council by means of ERC-Consolidator grant 724431-BEHAVE. Erlend Dancke Sandorf acknowledges funding from the the Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius foundation, and the Tore Browaldh foundation, Sweden (Grant No. B2015-0490:1) and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement 793163-INSPiRE. We are grateful to Teodora Szep for testing and commenting on earlier versions of the package. Any remaining errors are the sole responsibility of the authors.