Altruism And Indirect Reciprocity: The Interaction Of Person And Situation In Prosocial Behavior

Simpson, Brent; Willer, Robb, (2008). Altruism And Indirect Reciprocity: The Interaction Of Person And Situation In Prosocial Behavior. Social Psychology Quarterly, 71, 1, 37–52.

Keywords: altrusm, evolution, experiments, heterogeneity, philanthropy, psychology, reciprocity, ritual, social giving

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