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Behavioral experiments [30] Capraro V (in press) Does the truth come naturally? Time pressure increases honesty in one-shot deception games. Economics Letters. [29] Capraro V, Sippel J (in press) Gender differences in moral judgment and the evaluation of gender-specified moral agents. Cognitive Processing. [28] d’Adda G, Capraro V, Tavoni M (2017) Push, don’t nudge: Behavioral…

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Do the right thing: Preferences for moral behavior, rather than for equity or efficiency per se, drive human prosociality Authors: Capraro V, Rand DG. Available at SSRN: here Gender differences in altruism: Expectations, actual behaviour and accuracy of beliefs Authors: Brañas-Garza P, Capraro V, Rascón-Ramírez E. – Available at SSRN here Cooperative equilibria beyond social…

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Education “teaches you how to be a better liar” This is a piece on the Daily Mail (here), on my paper Who lies? A meta-analysis of the effect of sex, age, and education on honesty. Traits of Deontologists and Consequentialists: Appearance and Reality This is a piece on the Philosophy blog dailynous.com (here), featuring my paper…

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Common Is Moral. New JEPG paper shows both altruism and selfishness judged as more moral when common than when rare… t.co/IkJOakDnTF

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Social mindfulness (i.e., perceiving other's needs) is not influenced by processing mode (intuition vs reflection).… t.co/LpJBrqlcaF

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New preprint suggests time pressure increases honesty, 'cause it decreases awareness of the opportunity of deceptio… t.co/f4L58lrcCi