Enhancing cooperativeness in social dilemmas


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Description: A master's thesis exploring whether there are individual differences (HEXACO; Dark Tetrad) in the reaction to punishment threat in a social dilemma simulation game (Public Goods Game).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


A social dilemma is a situation of a conflict between self-interest and collective interest, in which a person is often forced to choose between personal and collective gain. Research shows that contributions to the collective good can be enhanced by a change in the payoff structure and especially by punishing free-riders. Free-riders tend to maximize their personal gain, while profiting off of ot...


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