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From: Effort Perception is Made More Accurate with More Effort and When Cooperating with Slackers

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Absolute effort (a) shows a histogram of the number of responses (y-axis) of participants in the experiment providing x amount of effort (x-axis is divided into bin sizes of 2). For each amount of participant effort their perception about the computer’s effort, could either be right or wrong, and so the bar is divided into correct responses and incorrect responses stacked on top. Relative effort (b) is calculated as a ratio of the human effort to the computer player, where “slacker” indicates that the computer player was putting in less effort than the human, “fair share” that they were matched in effort and “altruist” where the computer was putting in more effort. Error bars represent 95% CIs.

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