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Does the direct-response method induce guilt aversion in a trust game?

Amdur, David and Schmick, Ethan (2012): Does the direct-response method induce guilt aversion in a trust game?

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Abstract

We compare the strategy and direct-response methods in a one-shot trust game with hidden action. In our experiment, the decision elicitation method affects neither participants' behavior nor their beliefs about this behavior. We conclude that the direct-response method does not, by itself, induce guilt aversion.

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