Bargaining and trust: the effects of 36-h total sleep deprivation on socially interactive decisions.

  title={Bargaining and trust: the effects of 36-h total sleep deprivation on socially interactive decisions.},
  author={Clare Anderson and David L Dickinson},
  journal={Journal of sleep research},
  volume={19 1 Pt 1},
Although it is well known that sleep loss results in poor judgement and decisions, little is known about the influence of social context in these processes. Sixteen healthy young adults underwent three games involving bargaining ('Ultimatum' and 'Dictator') and trust, following total sleep deprivation (TSD) and during rested wakefulness (RW), in a repeated-measures, counterbalanced design. To control for repeatability, a second group (n = 16) was tested twice under RW conditions. Paired… CONTINUE READING
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