Differences in Cooperation 1 Individual Differences in Cooperation in a Circular Public Goods Game

@inproceedings{Kurzban2000DifferencesIC,
  title={Differences in Cooperation 1 Individual Differences in Cooperation in a Circular Public Goods Game},
  author={Robert Kurzban},
  year={2000}
}
Research using the public goods game to examine behaviour in the context of social dilemmas has repeatedly shown substantial individual differences in patterns of contributions to the public good. We present here a new method specifically designed to capture this heterogeneity in play and classify participants into broad categories or types. Players in groups of four made initial, simultaneous contributions to the public good. Subsequently, players were sequentially told the current aggregate… CONTINUE READING

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