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|Title:||THE VALIDITY OF THE SOCIAL HEURISTICS HYPOTHESIS||Authors:||PARK HYUNGJUN||Keywords:||cooperation, the social heuristics hypothesis, public goods game, time, monetary incentive||Issue Date:||22-Aug-2021||Citation:||PARK HYUNGJUN (2021-08-22). THE VALIDITY OF THE SOCIAL HEURISTICS HYPOTHESIS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The social heuristics hypothesis claims that time influences the extent to which we cooperate with others. Multiple experiments were conducted to critically evaluate the validity of this claim. The experiment participants played two rounds of public goods game to confirm whether the effect of time exists over and beyond competing explanatory variables. The results do not fully support the claim. The results further suggest that our thinking may be more strategic than theorized by the hypothesis.||URI:||https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/214980|
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