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Punitive versus compensatory reactions to injustice: Emotional antecedents to third-party interventions
The almost exclusive focus on punishment and inattention to compensatory alternatives in studies involving experimental games may yield patterns that do not accurately reflect how and when peopleExpand
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How unaware are the unskilled? Empirical tests of the “signal extraction” counterexplanation for the Dunning–Kruger effect in self-evaluation of performance
Previous work on the Dunning–Kruger effect has shown that poor performers often show little insight into the shortcomings in their performance, presumably because they suffer a double curse. DeficitsExpand
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What a Feeling: The Role of Immediate and Anticipated Emotions in Risky Decisions
The risk-as-feelings hypothesis argues that many risky decisions are not only predicted by anticipated emotions, as most consequentialistic decision making theories would presume, but also byExpand
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Trust as a social and emotional act: Noneconomic considerations in trust behavior
We review research suggesting that decisions to trust strangers may not depend on economic dynamics as much as emotional and social ones. Classic treatments of trust emphasize its instrumental orExpand
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Trust at zero acquaintance: more a matter of respect than expectation of reward.
Trust is essential for a secure and flourishing social life, but many economic and philosophical approaches argue that rational people should never extend it, in particular to strangers they willExpand
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Individual differences in third-party interventions: How justice sensitivity shapes altruistic punishment
Altruistic punishment refers to the phenomenon that humans invest their own resources to redress norm violations without self-interest involved. We address the question of who will intervene inExpand
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High Prevalence of Colonic Polyps in White Males with Esophageal Adenocarcinoma
PURPOSE: There is ongoing discussion regarding Barrett's esophagus and the prevalence of colonic neoplasms. The goal of this investigation was to evaluate colonoscopic findings in patients withExpand
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Are the unemployed equally unhappy all around the world? The role of the social norms to work and welfare state provision in 28 OECD countries
This paper examines cross-national and temporal variations in the effect of personal unemployment on life satisfaction. To account for these variations we consider the social norm to work andExpand
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Sensibilität für Ungerechtigkeit
Zusammenfassung. Menschen unterscheiden sich in ihrer Sensibilitat fur Ungerechtigkeit. Diese Unterschiede sind stabil und lassen sich uber einzelne Falle von Ungerechtigkeit hinweg generalisieren.Expand
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Why are religious people happy? The effect of the social norm of religiosity across countries.
Drawing on social norms theories, we suggest that religiosity substantially increases subjective well-being if it is considered normative in a certain national context. In Study 1, we test thisExpand
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