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People prefer coordinated punishment in cooperative interactions
L. Molleman, F. Kölle, C. Starmer and S. Gächter (2019). Nature Human Behaviour 3 (forthcoming).
Unleashing the BEAST - A brief measure of human social information use
Molleman, L., R. Kurvers and W. van den Bos (2019) Evolution and Human Behavior 20, 5
Social information can undermine individual performance in exploration-exploitation tasks
Yahosseini, K. S., S. Reijula, L. Molleman and M. Moussaid (2018). Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Conducting interactive experiments online.
Aréchar, A., S. Gächter and L. Molleman (2018). Experimental Economics 21 (1): 99-131.
Societal background influences social learning in cooperative decision making
Molleman, L. and S. Gächter (2018) Evolution and Human Behavior 39: 547-555
From good institutions to generous citizens: Top-down incentives to cooperate promote subsequent prosociality but not norm enforcement
Stagnaro, M.N., A.A. Arechar and D.G. Rand (2017) Cognition 167: 212-254
Subsistence styles shape human social learning strategies
Glowacki, L. and L. Molleman (2017). Nature Human Behaviour 1: 0098
Bonus versus penalty: how robust are the effects of contract framing?
de Quidt, J., Fallucchi, F., Kölle, F., Nossenzo, D. and S. Quercia (2017). Journal of the Economic Science Association 3 (2): 174–182.