From spontaneous cooperation to spontaneous punishment – Distinguishing the underlying motives driving spontaneous behavior in first and second order public good games

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Recent findings indicate that individuals use prosocial options as default in social dilemmas and specifically first order public goods. In two studies, we test whether this spontaneous cooperation effect generalizes to second order public goods in the form of punishment behavior in one-shot and iterated public goods, and investigate the underlying motivations. In line with spontaneous cooperation...

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