For all biases, code 1 means the subject shows the bias, and 0 means s/he doesn’t show the bias. Questions 1, 4, 5 and 9 q1 (Conjunction fallacy) = choice b) Linda is a bank teller and is active in the feminist movement q4 (Status quo bias) = choice a) Hold the stocks which have expected return of 28 percent q5 (Illusion of control) = choice (1) I throw the dice myself q9 (Conservatism) =choice a) I wait for the following news to get assured about the events happened in company, and after that I will make decision) Regarding these biases (above), the mentioned choices are coded as 1 which means the subject shows the bias, and other choice(s) in each question is coded 0.(the subject doesn’t show the bias). For Risk preference (questions 11 and 13) code 1 means risk aversion, 0 the safe choice q11= choice, 1: You receive 10k rials q13= choice, No (would not take risk) Regarding these questions (Risk Preference), the mentioned choices are coded as 1. Also for time preference (question 10), code 1 refers to =(1) take the prize immediately, and code 0 refers to the other choice. For overconfidence (question 6), the first number (q6) means the estimated number of correct questions (by the subject), and the second number (q6 correct) means the actual number of the correct questions (of general knowledge). Regarding question 2 (Self-serving bias), I stated the average of all 3 questions related to the bias. In degree row, code 1 refers to bachelor, 2 refers to master and 3 refers to PhD. In Gender row, code 1 refers to male subjects, and code 2 refers to female subjects. In those last rows, code 1 means a correct response (for each CRT question), the CRT score means the number of correct CRT score for each subject. Questions, 3, 8 and 12 refer to CRT questions. Question 7 refers to base rate fallacy, the correct answer is %30.