Religion and Group Affiliation Data from Trust Game

Published: 23 September 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4g64x8s27f.1
Contributor:
Hannah Kirk

Description

Four influences on decision-making - believing in religion, stereotyping, belonging to a group, and priming - are tested in the laboratory, using an adapted trust game. The experimental design builds on a classic trust game but reveals characteristics of Responders and Proposers in multiple rounds, better aligning with societal interactions where both parties condition actions and reactions on available information. A Cambridge University sample provides unique collegiate affiliation, testing dense secular group belonging.

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University of Cambridge

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Decision Making, Behavioral Economics

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