New evidence on testosterone and cooperation: reply

  title={New evidence on testosterone and cooperation: 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
  • van Honk and colleagues have taken our findings on the role of testosterone in ultimatum gamebargaining1 a step forward by showing that the hormone has important prosocial effects beyondthe ultimatum game by increasing cooperation in the public goods game (PGG)2. In contrast to theultimatum game, participants in the PGG decide simultaneously about their cooperation levels andare not confronted with a rejection threat from other participants, suggesting a much moreuniversal effect of… CONTINUE READING
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