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[35] Capraro V (in press) Gender differences in lying in sender-receiver games: A meta-analysis. Judgment and Decision Making. [34] Tappin BM, Capraro V (2018) Doing good vs. avoiding bad in prosocial choice: A refined test and extension of the morality preference hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 64-70. [33] Brañas-Garza P, Capraro V, Rascón-Ramírez E…

 The Good, the Bad, and the Angry: An experimental study on the heterogeneity in people’s (dis)honest behavior Authors: Barcelo H, Capraro V – Available at SSRN here Cooperative equilibria beyond social dilemmas: Pareto solvable games Authors: Capraro V, Polukarov M, Venanzi M, Jennings NR – Available at ArXiv here People making deontological judgments in the Trapdoor…

Tick, tock: A study on honesty Piece on The Economist on my paper (with Hélène Barcelo) The Good, the Bad, and the Angry: An experimental study on the the heterogeneity of people’s (dis)honest behavior. A field guide to deception Piece on the MIT Technology Review on my paper (with Hélène Barcelo) The Good, the Bad, and the…