The absence of reward induces inequity aversion in dogs

  • Friederike Rangea, Lisa Horna, Ludwig Hubera
  • Published 2012

Abstract

One crucial element for the evolution of cooperation may be the sensitivity to others’ efforts and payoffs comparedwith one’s own costs and gains. Inequity aversion is thought to be the driving force behind unselfish motivated punishment in humans constituting a powerful device for the enforcement of cooperation. Recent research indicates that non-human… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rangea2012TheAO, title={The absence of reward induces inequity aversion in dogs}, author={Friederike Rangea and Lisa Horna and Ludwig Hubera}, year={2012} }