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Professional training 'in the wild' overrides laboratory decision preferences

Many simulation-based studies have been conducted, and theories developed, about the behaviors of financial market traders. New work suggests that decision-making research on the behavior of traders conducted "in the wild" (i.e., real-world situations) can offer an alternative lens that extends laboratory insights and provokes new questions.
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