Fast but not intuitive, slow but not reflective: Decision conflict drives reaction times in social dilemmas.

@article{Evans2015FastBN,
  title={Fast but not intuitive, slow but not reflective: Decision conflict drives reaction times in social dilemmas.},
  author={A. M. Evans and Kyle D. Dillon and David G. Rand},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2015},
  volume={144 5},
  pages={
          951-66
        }
}
When people have the chance to help others at a cost to themselves, are cooperative decisions driven by intuition or reflection? To answer this question, recent studies have tested the relationship between reaction times (RTs) and cooperation, reporting both positive and negative correlations. To reconcile this apparent contradiction, we argue that decision conflict (rather than the use of intuition vs. reflection) drives response times, leading to an inverted-U shaped relationship between RT… Expand
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