I am interested in studying behavioral game theory, particularly in incomplete information games. However, I am having trouble finding a current "textbook" like source to learn from. I've been reading over Colin Camerer's book Behavioral Game Theory: Experiments in Strategic Interaction, however, I was curious whether there was something more recent/updated (as it's from 2003, if I recall correctly). I've found various articles on JSTOR and similar databases, but it hasn't been as fruitful an endeavor as I had hoped. Any recent text suggestions/places to look would be sincerely appreciated. (If the text I brought up is considered the "gold standard" for the field, pardon my ignorance; I've only recently started looking into the topic.)
I know a bunch of people who teach behavioral economics using Erik Angner's book. I love Rani Spiegler's book on behavioral economics in IO called "Bounded Rationality and Industrial Organization." Both books will introduce models that can be applied to poker.
As already suggested, a "handbook" is always a good place to start: Handbook of Behavioral Economics - Foundations and Applications.