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May 18, 2022, 11:02:28 AM5/18/22

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Hello,

I've been working on a payoff function for a few days now, since it doesn't recognize that a bool is true.

The boolean field:

expectations1C1_check = models.BooleanField(initial=False)

def set_expectations1C1_check(self):

p1 = self.get_player_by_id(1)

p2 = self.get_player_by_id(2)

self.expectations1C1_check = p1.value['expectations1C'] == p2.participant.vars['take'].value['take']

def set_expectations1C1_check(self):

p1 = self.get_player_by_id(1)

p2 = self.get_player_by_id(2)

self.expectations1C1_check = p1.value['expectations1C'] == p2.participant.vars['take'].value['take']

the payoff:

def set_payoffs(self):

p1 = self.get_player_by_id(1)

p2 = self.get_player_by_id(2)

p3 = self.get_player_by_id(3)

for p in self.get_players():

p.treatment = p.session.vars['treatment']

if p.treatment == 1:

print('treatment')

if p == p3:

print('p3')

if self.expectations1T_check == True:

print('expectations1T_check')

if self.expectations2T_check == True:

for p in self.get_players():

print('payoff4)')

p.payoff = 4

else:

for p in self.get_players():

p.payoff = 2

p1 = self.get_player_by_id(1)

p2 = self.get_player_by_id(2)

p3 = self.get_player_by_id(3)

for p in self.get_players():

p.treatment = p.session.vars['treatment']

if p.treatment == 1:

print('treatment')

if p == p3:

print('p3')

if self.expectations1T_check == True:

print('expectations1T_check')

if self.expectations2T_check == True:

for p in self.get_players():

print('payoff4)')

p.payoff = 4

else:

for p in self.get_players():

p.payoff = 2

...

with the print function I found out that tree thinks that self.expectations1T_check == False, even when it is supposed to be true.

Did I define the Boolean Field wrong? How do I fix this?

Thank you for your help!

Best,

Linda

May 24, 2022, 7:10:10 AM5/24/22

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Hi Linda,

I may not be the best person to help as I am still an amateur and may just be misreading your code, but just with a quick look, I have noticed two things:

1) In the first function you mention self.expectations1C1_check whereas elsewhere you refer to self.expectations1T_check - so it is unclear where self.expectations1T_check should be set to True.

2) I cannot see where you are calling your set_expectations1C1_check function. Assuming this is where you intend to set self.expectations1T_check, if it is not being called at any point then self.expectations1T_check will remain at false as that is what you have set it as initially. A quick test might be to put a print statement in the set_expectations1C1_check function to make sure that it is being enacted before the payoff function.

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