Reputational Concerns, Not Altruism, Motivate Restraint When Gambling With Other People'S Money

Arfer, Kodi B.; Bixter, Michael T.; Luhmann, Christian C., (2015). Reputational Concerns, Not Altruism, Motivate Restraint When Gambling With Other People'S Money. Frontiers In Psychology, 6, , .

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