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CWSF 2007 - Truro, Nova Scotia

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My name is Ethan Toumishey and I lived have in the town of St. Stephen, New Brunswick my whole life. There I have enjoyed participating in numerous activities and sports. At my school I have recently been chosen Student of the Month and have held the highest average in my class for the past five years. I also am part of the choir, drama club, math team, and am junior president of my school's TADD group. I am particularly proud of making my stage debut in my school’s Christmas production. Recently I competed for my school in chess and French oratory competitions, and in both I won my district competition. I also enjoyed playing on my school’s varsity basketball, soccer, and volleyball teams. Outside of the school I am working towards the gold level Duke of Edinburgh award, and I enjoy working with young kids in this area through the Small Ball program and summer soccer program. Travel is a great personal interest and I have enjoyed recent trips to Ottawa and New York where I jumped at the chance to use my French immersion education to communicate with people from different parts of the country and the world.

Ethan Toumishey

Game Theory and Human Behavior
Division:International / None
Region:New Brunswick
City:St.Stephen, NB
School:St. Stephen High School
Abstract:In my project, Game Theory and Human Behavior, I preformed an experiment to test game theory’s assumption of perfect rationality in its participants. To test this I did a systematic sampling of my school using a simple number game called Guess 2/3. My hypothesis was that the students would assume that the other players played randomly instead of rationally.