Mentalizing in economic decision-making.

@article{Polezzi2008MentalizingIE,
  title={Mentalizing in economic decision-making.},
  author={David Polezzi and Irene Daum and Enrico Rubaltelli and Lorella Lotto and Claudia Civai and Giuseppe Sartori and Rino Rumiati},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2008},
  volume={190 2},
  pages={218-23}
}
In the Ultimatum Game, participants typically reject monetary offers they consider unfair even if the alternative is to gain no money at all. In the present study, ERPs were recorded while subjects processed different offers of a proposer. In addition to clearly fair and unfair offers, mid-value offers which cannot be easily classified as fair or unfair and therefore involve more elaborate decision making were analyzed. A fast initial distinction between fair and other kinds of offers was… CONTINUE READING

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