John B. Rijsman

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Previous research on the role of negative emotions in social bargaining games has focused primarily on social emotions such as anger and guilt. In this article, we provide a test for behavioural differences between two prototypical decision-related negative emotions-regret and disappointment-in one-shot social dilemma games. Three experiments with two(More)
This paper reflects on the role of emotions in decision-making. The authors stress the limitations of a valence (" positivity " versus " negativity ") based approach. Emotions and their experiential content are synthetically exposed. Research has shown that even closely related emotions – such as regret and disappointment –, whether anticipated or(More)
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