"In-group love" and "out-group hate" as motives for individual participation in intergroup conflict: a new game paradigm.

@article{Halevy2007IngroupLA,
  title={"In-group love" and "out-group hate" as motives for individual participation in intergroup conflict: a new game paradigm.},
  author={Nir Halevy and Gary Bornstein and Lilach Sagiv},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2007},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={
          405-11
        }
}
What motivates individual self-sacrificial behavior in intergroup conflicts? Is it the altruistic desire to help the in-group or the aggressive drive to hurt the out-group? This article introduces a new game paradigm, the intergroup prisoner's dilemma-maximizing difference (IPD-MD) game, designed specifically to distinguish between these two motives. The game involves two groups. Each group member is given a monetary endowment and can decide how much of it to contribute. Contribution can be… CONTINUE READING
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