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Strongly influenced by their self-interest, humans do not protest being overcompensated, even when there are no consequences, researchers in Georgia State University’s Brains and Behavior Program
When financial gain depends on cooperation, we might expect that people would put aside their differences and focus on the bottom line.
Chimpanzees possess a sense of fairness that scientists previously attributed as being solely human, a new study from the Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory University, and Georgia State University demonstrates.
My toy, my snack, my juice box, kids can be selfish! A new study suggests that age-associated improvements in the ability to consider others are linked with maturation of the brain region involved in self control.
A new study suggests that age-associated improvements in the ability to consider the preferences of others are linked with maturation of a brain region involved in self control.
Money can make people act crazy, but there is a small group of people that act more rationally than most, and this behavior may be due to their high "cognitive control".
EVANSTON, Ill., Feb. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The negotiating process for your desired salary might depend more on hormone levels than the economy, according to a new study.
Displaying emotions to try to get a better deal might work, but going too far can backfire, U.S. researchers suggest. Eduardo B.
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