[36] Capraro V, Perc M (2018) Grand challenges in Social Physics: In pursuit of moral behaviorFrontiers in Physics

[35] Capraro V (2018) Gender differences in lying in sender-receiver games: A meta-analysisJudgment and Decision Making 13, 345-355.

[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 (2018) Gender differences in altruism on Mechanical Turk: Expectations and actual behavior. Economics Letters 170, 19-23.

[32] Vilone D, Capraro V, Ramasco JJ (2018) Hierarchical invasion of cooperation in complex networks. Journal of Physics Communications 2, 025019.

[31] Capraro V, Rand DG (2018) Do the right thing: Experimental evidence that preferences for moral behavior, rather than equity and efficiency per se, drive human prosociality. Judgment and Decision Making 13, 99-111.

[30] Capraro V (2017) Does the truth come naturally? Time pressure increases honesty in one-shot deception games. Economics Letters 158, 54-57.

[29] Capraro V, Sippel J (2017) Gender differences in moral judgment and the evaluation of gender-specified moral agents. Cognitive Processing 4, 399-405.

[28] d’Adda G, Capraro V, Tavoni M (2017) Push, don’t nudge: Behavioral spillovers and policy instruments. Economics Letters 154, 92-95.

[27] Capraro V, Corgnet B, Espín AM, Hernán-González R (2017) Deliberation favours social efficiency by making people disregards their relative shares: Evidence from USA and India. Royal Society Open Science 4, 160605.

[26] Capraro V, Giardini F, Vilone D, Paolucci M (2016) Partner selection supported by opaque reputation promotes cooperative behavior. Judgment and Decision Making 11, 589-600.

[25] Capraro V, Kuilder J (2016) To know or not to know? Looking at payoffs signals selfish behavior, but it does not actually mean so. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 65, 79-84.

[24] Capraro V, Cococcioni G (2016) Rethinking spontaneous giving: Extreme time pressure and ego-depletion favor self-regarding reactions. Scientific Reports 6, 27219.

[23] Rand DG, Brescoll VL, Everett JAC, Capraro V, Barcelo H (2016) Social heuristics and social roles: Intuition favors altruism for women but not for men. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145, 389-396.

[22] Biziou-van-Pol L, Haenen J, Novaro A, Liberman-Occhipinti A, Capraro V (2015) Does telling white lies signal pro-social preferences? Judgment and Decision Making 10, 538-548.

[21] Capraro V, Cococcioni G (2015) Social setting, intuition, and experience in laboratory experiments interact to shape cooperative decision-making. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282, 20150237.

[20] Capraro V (2015) The emergence of hyper-altruistic behaviour in conflictual situations. Scientific Reports 4, 9916.

[19] Capraro V, Barcelo H (2015) Group size effect on cooperation in one-shot social dilemmas II. Curvilinear effect. PLoS ONE 10, e0131419.

[18] Capraro V, Halpern JY (2015) Translucent players: Explaining cooperative behavior in social dilemmas. In: Proceedings of the 15th conference in Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge.

[17] Barcelo H, Capraro V (2015) Group size effect on cooperation in one-shot social dilemmas. Scientific Reports 5, 7937.

[16] Capraro V, Lupini M (2015) Introduction to Sofic and Hyperlinear groups and Connes’ embedding conjecture. Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2136.

[15] Capraro V, Marcelletti A (2014) Do good actions inspire good actions in others? Scientific Reports 7, 7470.

[14] Barcelo H, Capraro V, White JA (2014) Discrete homology theory for metric spaces. Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society 46, 889-905.

[13] Capraro V, Jordan JJ, Rand DG (2014) Heuristics guide the implementation of social preferences in one-shot Prisoner’s Dilemma experiments. Scientific Reports 4, 6790.

[12] Capraro V, Smyth C, Mylona K, Niblo GA (2014) Benevolent characteristics promote cooperative behaviour among humans. PLoS ONE 9, e102881.

[11] Capraro V, Venanzi M, Polukarov M, Jennings NR (2013) Cooperative equilibria in iterated social dilemmas. In: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8146, pp. 146-158.

[10] Capraro V (2013) A model of human cooperation in social dilemmas. PLoS ONE 8, e72427.

[9] Capraro V, Scarsini M (2013) Existence of equilibria in countable games: An algebraic approach. Games and Economic Behavior 79, 163-180.

[8] Capraro V, Morrison K (2013) Existence of optimal strategies for a game on amenable semigroups. International Journal of Game Theory 42, 917-929.

[7] Brown NP, Capraro V (2013) Groups associated to II_1 factors. Journal of Functional Analysis 264, 493-507.

[6] Capraro V (2013) A notion of continuity in discrete spaces and applications. Applied General Topology 14, 61-72.

[5] Capraro V (2013) Amenability, locally finite spaces, and bi-lipschitz embeddings. Expositiones Mathematicae 31, 334-349.

[4] Capraro V, Fritz T (2013) On the axiomatization of convex subsets of a Banach space. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 141, 2127-2135.

[3] Capraro V, Radulescu F (2013) Cyclic Hilbert spaces and Connes’ embedding problem. Complex Analysis and Operator Theory 7, 863-872.

[2] Capraro V, Paunescu L (2012) Product between ultrafilters and applications to Connes’ embedding problem. Journal of Operator Theory 68, 165-172.

[1] Capraro V, Rossi S (2011) Banach spaces which embed into their dual. Colloquium Mathematicum 125, 479-483.

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