Eisenegger et al. reply

  title={Eisenegger et al. reply},
  author={C. Eisenegger and M. N{\"a}f and R. Snozzi and M. Heinrichs and E. Fehr},
  • C. Eisenegger, M. Näf, +2 authors E. Fehr
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Nature
  • Replying to J. van Honk, E. R. Montoya, P. A. Bos, M. van Vugt & D. Terburg Nature 485 10.1038/nature11136 (2012)van Honk and colleagues have taken our findings on the role of testosterone in ultimatum game bargaining a step forward by showing that the hormone has important prosocial effects beyond the ultimatum game by increasing cooperation in the public goods game (PGG). In contrast to the ultimatum game, participants in the PGG decide simultaneously about their cooperation levels and are… CONTINUE READING
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