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"Crime" in the lab-detecting social interaction
Abstract According to the standard economic perspective, criminal activities vary with the ‘price’ of crime, which depends on the severity of punishment and the detection probability. An alternativeExpand
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Human Altruism – Proximate Patterns and Evolutionary Origins
Abstract Are people selfish or altruistic? Throughout history this question has been answered on the basis of much introspection and little evidence. It has been at the heart of many controversialExpand
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Genome-wide association analyses of risk tolerance and risky behaviors in over 1 million individuals identify hundreds of loci and shared genetic influences1
Humans vary substantially in their willingness to take risks. In a combined sample of over one million individuals, we conducted genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of general risk tolerance,Expand
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Men's preferences for women's body odours are not associated with human leucocyte antigen
Body odours reportedly portray information about an individual's genotype at the major histocompatibility complex (MHC, called human leucocyte antigen, HLA, in humans). While there is strongExpand
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HETEROGENEOUS SOCIAL PREFERENCES AND THE DYNAMICS OF FREE RIDING IN PUBLIC GOOD EXPERIMENTS
We provide a direct test of the role of social preferences and beliefs in voluntary cooperation and its decline. We elicit individuals’ cooperation preference in one experiment and use them – as wellExpand
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On Delegation and Responsibility
To fully understand the motives for delegating a decision right, it is important to study responsibility attributions for outcomes of delegated decisions. We conducted an experiment in which subjectsExpand
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Tribal identity and altruistic norm enforcement
TLDR
An improved cutter for hot plastic strands is provided which uses an annular die plate having a plurality of strand-extruding openings, the openings being generally coplanar. Expand
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Effects of acute stress on social behavior in women
Acute stress is known to increase prosocial behavior in men via a "tend-and-befriend" pattern originally proposed as a specifically female stress response alongside the fight-or-flight response.Expand
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