Early Understanding of Merit in Turkana Children

@inproceedings{Linard2013EarlyUO,
  title={Early Understanding of Merit in Turkana Children},
  author={Pierre Li{\'e}nard and Coralie Chevallier and Olivier Mascaro and Purity Kiura and Nicolas Baumard},
  year={2013}
}
  • Pierre Liénard, Coralie Chevallier, +2 authors Nicolas Baumard
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Abstract Fairness has been identified as a psychological adaptation to share the benefits of cooperation: unfair agents disproportionately favoring their own interests indeed decrease their chance of being recruited in future collaborations. Given the potential benefits of cooperation, it has been argued that fairness should become functional early in ontogeny as the child acquires more independence and expands her social network and collaborations. More importantly, fairness should appear… CONTINUE READING

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