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Ultimatum Game, empatia e geek syndrome

Mais referências para meu paper sobre relacão entre geek syndrome e ateísmo.

Testosterone Administration Decreases Generosity in the Ultimatum Game 

Paul J. Zak, Robert Kurzban, Sheila Ahmadi, Ronald S. Swerdloff, Jang Park, Levan Efremidze, Karen Redwine, Karla Morgan, William MatznerGenerosity in the Ultimatum Game Testosterone … Testosterone Administration Decreases Generosity in the Ultimatum Game … draws. Using the UltimatumGame from behavioralPLoS ONE: Research Article, published 16 Dec 200910.1371/journal.pone.0008330


Empathy Emerges Spontaneously in the Ultimatum Game: Small Groups and Networks

Jaime Iranzo, Luis M. Floría, Yamir Moreno, Angel Sánchezin the Ultimatum Game: Small Groups and Networks Empathy Emerges Spontaneously in Ultimatum Games Jaime Iranzo … Empathy Emerges Spontaneously in the Ultimatum Game: Small Groups and Networks … . TheUltimatum game, in which one subject proposes how to sharePLoS ONE: Research Article, published 26 Sep 201210.1371/journal.pone.0043781


Cognitive Control and Individual Differences in Economic Ultimatum Decision-Making

Wim De Neys, Nikolay Novitskiy, Leen Geeraerts, Jennifer Ramautar, Johan Wagemansin Economic Ultimatum Decision-Making Cognitive Control and Ultimatum Game Wim De Neys 1 * Nikolay … Cognitive Control and Individual Differences in EconomicUltimatum Decision-Making … ultimatum game, for example, most people turn downPLoS ONE: Research Article, published 09 Nov 201110.1371/journal.pone.0027107


Dopamine D4 Receptor Gene Associated with Fairness Preference in Ultimatum Game

Songfa Zhong, Salomon Israel, Idan Shalev, Hong Xue, Richard P. Ebstein, Soo Hong ChewPreference in Ultimatum Game DRD4/Season of Birth/Fairness … Dopamine D4 Receptor Gene Associated with Fairness Preference in Ultimatum Game … of theultimatum game , in which two individuals decide on howPLoS ONE: Research Article, published 03 Nov 201010.1371/journal.pone.0013765


Rejection of Unfair Offers Can Be Driven by Negative Emotions, Evidence from Modified Ultimatum Games with Anonymity

Ning Ma, Nan Li, Xiao-Song He, De-Lin Sun, Xiaochu Zhang, Da-Ren Zhangby Negative Emotions, Evidence from Modified Ultimatum Games … Rejection of Unfair Offers Can Be Driven by Negative Emotions, Evidence from ModifiedUltimatum Games with Anonymity … is still controversial. With modified ultimatumgamesPLoS ONE: Research Article, published 28 Jun 201210.1371/journal.pone.0039619


Suffering Makes You Egoist: Acute Pain Increases Acceptance Rates and Reduces Fairness during a Bilateral Ultimatum Game

Alessandra Mancini, Viviana Betti, Maria Serena Panasiti, Enea Francesco Pavone, Salvatore Maria Agliotia Bilateral Ultimatum Game Suffering Makes You Egoist … Suffering Makes You Egoist: Acute Pain Increases Acceptance Rates and Reduces Fairness during a Bilateral Ultimatum Game … of the Ultimatum Game (UG) both in the role of responderPLoS ONE: Research Article, published 12 Oct 201110.1371/journal.pone.0026008


Mathematically Gifted Adolescents Have Deficiencies in Social Valuation and Mentalization

Kyongsik Yun, Dongil Chung, Bosun Jang, Jin Ho Kim, Jaeseung Jeongof the same age using the repeated Ultimatum Game. Twenty … participated in theUltimatum Game. Two adolescents … as a responder. Because of its simplicity, theUltimatum GamePLoS ONE: Research Article, published 04 Apr 201110.1371/journal.pone.0018224

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