Intra-generational Trust-a semi-experimental study of trust among different generations

@inproceedings{Holm2002IntragenerationalTS,
  title={Intra-generational Trust-a semi-experimental study of trust among different generations},
  author={H{\aa}kan Holm and Paul Nystedt},
  year={2002}
}
This version: May 2002 Abstract: From a public database in Sweden we obtained a subject pool consisting of one group 20 years old and another group that was exactly 50 years older. The groups participated in a mail-based trust game. In the trust game the young cohort exhibited significantly more trust than the old cohort did. Furthermore, subjects preferred to place trust in co-players of their own cohort. When amounts sent and proportions returned in the mail-based game are compared with other… CONTINUE READING
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