Topic 6 Deception and Defection Detection for BLACKBOARD

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Unformatted text preview: Are there telltale signs of character. If so, nice folks could find each other nasty peeps would have to go it alone a niche for niceness Example: Having a room-mate Roommates bring major advantages only if they are good T > R > Living Alone > P > S Are nice folks more likely to have room-mates, and jerks to live alone roommate fair 2 ways nice guys might find each other Detection (Robert Frank) Moral sentiments compel nice to do right Sentiments evident in telltale signs Projection (Orbell and Dawes) assume others are like us According to each perspective, what happens at roommate fair? Participants seated in circle Could not communicate Chose C, D, or go it alone in PD with another person T > R > Exit > P > S Found support for projection but not detection Who exited? (How did this depend on ones own character vs. telltale signs of others character?) How is this evidence for a niche for niceness?...
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