Abstract for: Visual Attention and Gender: Evidence from the Beergame
In this study, we examine the subjects' behaviors in the dynamic decision-making process. We concentrate our research on the gender differences between the subjects during dynamic decision-making tasks. Since various studies have demonstrated gender differences in cognitive tasks, we believe that there must be some differences between males and females in selective attention during this process. What if male and female decision-makers have different attentional patterns of visual attention? This issue could establish a fundamental question to add a new dimension for explaining the misperception of feedback.