The use of non-interactive scenarios in social neuroscience

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (4):432-433 (2013)
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Although we fundamentally agree with Schilbach et al., we argue here that there is still some residual utility for non-interactive scenarios in social neuroscience. They may be useful to quantify individual differences in prosocial inclination that are not influenced by concerns about reputation or social pressure



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