Minimal ritual leads to biases in intergroup trust

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Description: This experiment tests the idea that minimal rituals - ritualistic gestures devoid of any meaning or significance and performed a single time in the lab - are capable of causing intergroup biases in trust behaviors. This is a followup to three previous studies finding evidence that week-long ritual behaviors are associated with intergroup biases.

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