Joshua Miller (the person who, with Adam Sanjurjo, discovered why the so-called “hot hand fallacy” is not really a fallacy) will be speaking on the topic this week.
In New York, Thurs 17 Nov, 12:30pm, 19 W 4th St, room 517, Center for Experimental Social Science seminar.
In Pittsburgh, Fri 18 Nov, 12pm, 4716 Posvsar Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Experimental Economics seminar.
And here’s the latest version of their paper, Surprised by the Gambler’s and Hot Hand Fallacies? A Truth in the Law of Small Numbers.
Josh gave a talk on this here a few months ago, and it was great. Lots of data, theory, and discussion. So I recommend you check this out.