Disgust selectively modulates reciprocal fairness in economic interactions.

  title={Disgust selectively modulates reciprocal fairness in economic interactions.},
  author={Laura Moretti and Giuseppe di Pellegrino},
  volume={10 2},
We report two studies aimed at investigating the effects of distinct negative emotions on pairwise economic interactions. In the ultimatum game, a proposer offers a division of a sum of money to a responder who decides whether to accept the split, or reject and leave both players with nothing. In Experiment 1, we investigated whether induced disgust, as compared to sadness and neutral emotion, specifically influences responders' decisions to reject unfair proposals. In Experiment 2, we assessed… CONTINUE READING

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