Inquisit Scripts

Combined Dictator and Response Games

The combination of the Dictator Game and Response Game as described in Brocklebank et al (2011)


(Requires Inquisit Lab to run locally)
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Dictator Game

An implementation of the Dictator Game as described in Brocklebank et al (2011)


(Requires Inquisit Lab to run locally)
Run Test Online User Manual Sample Data Last Updated: Oct 27, 2016, 5:51PM

References

Cason, T. N., & Mui, V.-L. (September 01, 1997). A Laboratory Study in Group Polarisation in the Team Dictator Game. The Economic Journal, 107, 444.)

Saad, G., & Gill, T. (July 01, 2001). The effects of a recipient's gender in a modified dictator game. Applied Economics Letters, 8, 7, 463-466.

Charness, G., & Rabin, M. (2002). Understanding social preferences with simple tests. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117, 817–869.

Ben-Ner, A., Putterman, L., Kong, F., & Magan, D. (March 01, 2004). Reciprocity in a two-part dictator game. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 53, 3.)

Benenson, J. F., Pascoe, J., & Radmore, N. (January 01, 2007). Children's altruistic behavior in the dictator game. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 3, 168.

Brocklebank, S., Lewis, G.J, & Bates, T.C. (2011). Personality accounts for stable preferences and expectations across a range of simple games. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 881-886.

Wu, Y., Leliveld, M. C., & Zhou, X. (December 01, 2011). Social distance modulates recipient's fairness consideration in the dictator game: An ERP study. Biological Psychology, 88, 253-262.

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