Stanford COCO Lab
You will learn about a few sports rivalries and predict who will win the next time the teams meet. It should take about 4 minutes. Please pay attention, thanks!
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Click to see an example of the team races you are going to bet on. A match-up of two teams run a number of head-to-head races.
Now you will see some of the results of a series of races from a one on one match-up. You will be asked to report the odds given these results. You will see 5 different match-ups.
The teams run a number of races. We won't waste time watching all of them, but you'll get the results.
It's time for the annual British Collegiate Athletics Football Tournament. Like the World Cup, the first round is a "round robin" within regions, so the same teams play each other every year. This generates some great rivalries!
What do you think is the chance that wins the game this year?
Which team do you think will win?
You will see a student of one of the colleges who is a big fan of his school's team. Unbeknownst to his friends, the student makes a 100£ bet online on who he thinks will win this year's game.
Thanks for your Time!
You can click the "Done with HIT" button