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Table 4 OLS estimation of treatment effects on non-response (% NR)

From: Framing effects on risk-taking behavior: evidence from a field experiment in multiple choice tests

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
Treatment −0.0247\(^{***}\) −0.0248\(^{**}\) −0.0217\(^{**}\) −0.0253\(^{***}\) −0.0241\(^{**}\) −0.0278\(^{*}\)
  (0.00894) (0.00983) (0.00867) (0.00726) (0.00958) (0.0121)
Female   0.0181\(^{*}\) 0.0154 0.0200\(^{**}\) 0.0176\(^{*}\) 0.0118
   (0.00942) (0.0101) (0.00674) (0.00917) (0.0125)
Acad. Rec.   − 0.0149\(^{***}\) − 0.0145\(^{***}\) − 0.0179\(^{***}\) − 0.0148\(^{***}\) − 0.0152\(^{**}\)
   (0.00396) (0.00360) (0.00417) (0.00392) (0.00544)
N 537 537 537 724 549 326
\(R^2\) 0.0141 0.0508 0.132 0.0676 0.0498 0.0610
Specific. Main Main Main Including Including Excluding non-
  sample sample sample pilot Ses.14 balanced sessions
Clusters 13 15 14 8
  1. Notes: All regressions include session fixed effects except column 1. Standard errors (in parentheses) clustered at session level, except for columns 1 (robust standard errors) and 3 (a robust to outliers estimation using rreg command in Stata). \(^{*}\) \(p<0.10\), \(^{**}\) \(p<0.05\), \(^{***}\) \(p<0.01\)