On the costs of self-interested economic behavior: how does stinginess get under the skin?

Abstract

The present study examined how financial decisions 'get under the skin'. Participants played an economic game in which they could donate some of their payment to another student. Affect was measured afterward and salivary cortisol was measured before and afterward. Participants who kept more money for themselves reported less positive affect, more negative… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1359105309356366

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