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Unformatted text preview: contribute with other people with small amounts of money were made and the researchers found out that fast people are more likely to contribute than those who need more time to deliberate. Rand and his colleagues conclude that when people tend to think, they usually try to take advantage from the others, so fast people use to contribute more often. It’s not that surprising the fact that people are more likely to cooperate when they don’t think about it too much. On the last few decades our society has developed a selfish personality, in which the most important thing is money. The more you let people think, the more they will do to get more money for themselves and give less for the others. Link: ...
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- Fall '12
- Psychology, A Great Way to Care, Social information processing, The Turk, David Rand